Vampire Weekend embraces quantity over quality on Father of the Bride.
Rosalía makes a fantastic transition into modern pop aesthetics without sacrificing her flamenco roots.
While the trap-goth direction of "Pictures of You" could use some work, this debut EP solidifies HMLTD as one of the most promising post-punk groups out right now.
Natalia Lafourcade and Los Macorinos explore the wide world of Latin American folk music with a generous tracklist of quality originals and creative revisions on Musas Vol. 2.
Exuding copious amounts of raw positivity, You're Not Alone is a triumphant return to music for Andrew W.K.
The long wait for Cyhi The Prynce's debut album doesn't make this utterly average project an easy pill to swallow.
In this classic review, I dive into Patti Smith's amazing debut album: Horses.
Japan's Babymetal continues fusing J-pop and heavy metal on their sophomore album.