On his debut album, the alternately waggish and sincere Lil Peep is bona fide rocker warping the edges of rap.
Expanded reissues of the Cars’ second and third albums capture the group running like a well-oiled machine, both refining and expanding upon their tightly wound new wave.
The Portland party rapper’s debut album is darker and more introspective than his past work, with features from the Last Artful, Dodgr, Michael Christmas, and Blossom.
Madonna’s spectacular fourth album revealed just how grand, artistic, and personal a pop star could be at the very height of her fame.
The driving force of Madonna’s debut remains its palpable physicality, born out of New York dance clubs, a new pop mandate to move your body in ways both public and private.
Released in 1994, the warm and mellow sound of Madonna’s sixth album has its seductive charms, but of all her work, it remains a curious non-event in the pop star‘s wildly eventful career.
Channeling acid electronica, Kabbalah, and motherhood, Madonna’s 1998 reinvention stripped away the controversy of her past and became one of her most unexpectedly successful albums.
The teenage Baton Rouge rapper’s latest mixtape an intense and emotional collection about finding new power in freedom. His versatility and charisma are shaping a style that’s all his own.
If the jazz and experimental drummer’s work in other bands often suggests an irrepressible mania, the goal with this trio seems to be delicate chaos.
As Tall Friend, the singer-songwriter Charlie Pfaff makes bare-bones indie rock that processes trauma and recovery. Their modest debut cloaks its hurt in warmth.