You know it’s a good year when there’s not one, but two jazz releases making the rounds outside of jazz
Run the Jewels’ album release strategy has mainly involved surprise early drops—remember Christmas Eve, when they gave us RTJ3 ahead
DIIV’s frontman Zachary Cole Smith describes his band’s second album Is the Is Are in terms usually reserved for divinity.
Last month, in the wake of the deadly fire at Oakland’s Ghost Ship and the subsequent closing of Baltimore DIY
Some important noises on Garbage’s sixth album, ranked, ascendingly: the whispery wobble in the deep background of “If I Lost
Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson and his half-brother Omarr Baker have accused the entertainment attorneys in charge of the late pop
“Yes … everyone seems to be asleep,” Trent Reznor whispers at the opening of the ostentatiously-titled “Dear World,” the second