Part-man/part-meme Oliver Tree continues to find common ground between pop rock, rap, and electropop.
The songwriting on Social Cues is far too tame to live up to the album's dark backstory.
Supermarket is Logic's very own Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven.
Weezer's Black Album resumes the band's nosedive.
Bring Me the Horizon's blend of pop, electronics, and what remains of their metalcore edge is surprisingly admirable on amo.
For a covers album orchestrated by a popular rock band, The Teal Album could've turned out much worse.
A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is bolder in theme and aesthetic than The 1975's previous albums, but not all of the band's risks pan out.
Muse's foray into '80s retro-futurism, while at times uninspired and gaudy even by the band's standards, has resulted in their most palatable album this decade.