Clarity is a likable pop album that is carried by Kim Petras' singing chops, though I'm hoping to hear her develop a bolder and more distinct sound going forward.
Despite having similar shortcomings, Revenge of the Dreamers III is arguably the most promising posse album to have dropped in the past year or so.
On 7, Lil Nas X shows some admirable versatility while leaving plenty of room for growth.
Waste of Space Orchestra delivers an immaculately produced fusion of doom metal, psych and space rock, but the performances and compositions can be lackluster.
Now that it’s officially out, Anthony revisits Jai Paul’s coveted demo project that originally leaked in 2013.
Marred by a few nondescript lowlights, Weeping Choir otherwise contains some of Full of Hell's most distinct and exciting extreme genre fusions so far.
Vampire Weekend embraces quantity over quality on Father of the Bride.
Anger Management finds Rico Nasty continuing to be one of the boldest voices in the current rap landscape, but the project's brevity is unfortunately to its detriment.