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His clear-eyed take on familiar thematic ground is anything but monochromatic, making it one of his most sincere projects.
Reunion album No. 5 ranks with 2012’s 'The Bears for Lunch' as the most wholly satisfying.
It mostly floats by without leaving much trace, leaving you lost in thoughts that have nothing to do with Phantogram
It ends with "Fire," its tribal pulse and melodic swells building to another resounding apex—and concluding another winning effort.
James Mercer of The Shins and producer Danger Mouse team up again and demonstrate that they’re a band, not a one-off side project.
Translating live power onto records continues to be a struggle for Mogwai.
Talk about a triumphant transition ... Laura Jane Grace is your new punk queen.
The LA psych-rock girl gang returns with a more keyboard-oriented sophomore effort.
Unfortunately it doesn't have anything to rival her greatest hits.
Britney Jean whets appetite for Planet Hollywood residency show
This is a side of Spencer Krug you haven't seen before.
And she samples herself—for shame!
Lots of tirades and fury, signifying nothing.
This album finds the band sprawling further, but is that what we want?
Katy Perry is an anomaly in pop, but her defining playfulness gets flattened on this album.