The band’s sixth album thrives in the spaces between the power chords and choruses.
David Guetta’s Listen only serves to kick more dirt on EDM’s grave.
Weezer’s Everything Will Be Alright in the End is an exultant “fuck you” to dashed expectations and the snarky wallow in past glories.
Imagine a mirror which distorts not just the reflection, but reality itself—that’s the stunning legacy to which Syro triumphantly belongs.
Junto finds Basement Jaxx looking over their shoulder, perhaps tacitly relieved that the future isn’t their problem anymore.
while (1<2) is so huge, portentous, and varnished within an inch of its life that it can’t possibly fail, until it does.
Here are the 20 tracks that most proudly represent a group that’s not just one of the very best indie-rock bands, but on the short list of the greatest rock n’ roll bands in history.
Cool Planet qualifies as ample reason to give thanks for the continued reunion of one of indie rock’s most iconic bands.
Lily Allen’s third album, Sheezus, is a hot mess of thorny contradictions.
Brian Eno and Karl Hyde’s Someday World is the EDM equivalent of top-shelf dad rock.