Tre fails at the most basic credo of good entertainment: to leave the audience wanting more.
A Wrenched Virile Lore is a worthwhile supplement to an already exceptional album.
Dead in the Boot possesses a surprising continuity for an album covering more than a decade’s worth of recordings.
The Flip Is Another Honey possesses a warmth and affection that makes it easy to forgive its duller moments.
With its psychedelic textures and evocations of space travel and eternal love, Free Reign could be considered Clinic’s hippie album.
Pig Destroyer’s album is defiantly hideous and if you love it, you love it for its ugliness or not at all.
Tony Bennett’s bilingual album finds notes of joy, sadness, and intimacy, only occasionally hampered by the presence of two languages.
Though insistently pretty, Jason Lytle’s new album is also frustratingly weightless and narrowly avoids floating away completely.
Paranoia is a recurring theme throughout Nookie Wood.
Love songs and brazen nostalgia are the album’s bread and butter.
On their ninth album, Uno, Green Day returns to the basics.
Fish shouldn’t be out of water and birds have no business in the water.