She Is Coming is another Miley mess.
The songwriting on Social Cues is far too tame to live up to the album's dark backstory.
Bring Me the Horizon's blend of pop, electronics, and what remains of their metalcore edge is surprisingly admirable on amo.
The all-American boyband makes its major label debut with an album that shows emotional and creative maturation despite occasionally gimmicky production and some members getting outshined by others.
The fuck am I looking at—a Brockhampton music video that's not in 4:3? Y'all were right: RCA changed them!
Piss-take aside, "1999 WILDFIRE" is the All-American Boyband's first official single of the year, promoting their upcoming album The Best Years of Our Lives, and it's cause for celebration if only because it's the type of banger that listeners seem to wish "Tonya" had been. It's not a bad one at that, with its OutKast-worthy hook and, damn, that bearface breakdown. Glad to hear him being integrated into the group's music more and more. These teaser tracks aren't giving us at TND much of a reason not to be optimistic about the new album. Hopefully that'll still be a summer drop.
Testing contains some interesting ideas here and there, but they aren't performed or organized all that well a great deal of the time.
The Voidz's everything-and-the-kitchen-sink approach to rock music results in a vibrant sophomore album.
A buffet of shit: Justin Timberlake's new album is most likely the most horrendous cross-section of contemporary sounds you're going to hear this year.