Justification for the validity of the album format has arrived
The cover is very pink, but don't let that fool you
Sometimes "more" equals brilliance. Sometimes more is only more.
Following the releases of new albums by David Bowie, My Bloody Valentine and Justin Timberlake, 2013 might go down as the year of the unexpected comeback (your move, Dr. Dre). For lovers of lush, harmony-laden orchestral pop, the most pleasant return may be that of
At a time when albums are teased, hyped, leaked, dissected, discarded and re-evaluated before they are even officially released, it has become increasingly rare to be able to approach one with fresh ears, no preconceptions and little baggage. Perhaps that's why I was so pleasantly
Does the new AIC stand up to a nearly-two-decade legacy?
Kenny Vance and the Planotones showcase their amazing group vocal harmonies once again on their 2013 album Acapella.
Trying to listen to a classic, groundbreaking album like Rage Against the Machine with fresh ears two decades after its release can often pose a bit of a challenge. On the one hand, you probably remember the first time you heard a Tom Morello solo
Isis and Kylesa dip into the vaults while the insanity continues with my favorite band, Anaal Nathrakh.
"Americana" is all the rage right now, and Dennis takes a look at a few of the best releases (including the latest album from Drive By Truckers frontman Patterson Hood) to come from the genre these last few months.
The Flip is Another Honey is less a "covers album" than "another Mike Doughty album".
Aerosmith returns after a decade-long hiatus with "Music From Another Dimension." Do the Boston bad boys still have the goods?
Singer/songwriter Matthew Ryan delivers another outstanding album of confessional music with his latest, "In The Dusk Of Everything." Check out our review.