The singer-songwriter imbues her sophomore effort with a multitude of intertextual meanings and nods to her predecessors.
The album doubles down on the singer’s devotion to all things love and ‘80s pop-rock.
The album is the band’s widest-ranging and most surprising effort to date.
There’s still darkness flitting around Ezra Koenig’s consciousness, but it’s more of the “middle-aged malaise” variety.
DeMarco has a knack for composing simple yet alluring melodies that feel weighty and timeless.
Looking back at the song 30 years later, what stands out most is its bonkers musical arrangement and video.
The album fails to yield anything truly novel within the scope of blues-rock.
The album settles into a torpor of self-examination that never rises above 120 beats per minute.
The pop singer drops her new single and music video, featuring Panic! At the Disco's Brendon Urie.
The video for Madonna's new single is steeped in Portuguese and Latin-American influences.
The singer-songwriter returns today with “Cellophane,” her first single in over three years.
The singer-rapper’s third album wastes no time going for the pop jugular.
The album serves as a reminder of the magic that can result from looking to the past to inform the future.
The lead single from Madonna's 14th album is driven by a decidedly unhurried tropical rhythm.
The album displays elements of all stages of the duo’s career yet retains the same playful inspiration found in their best work.
The secretiveness surrounding the project isn’t surprising given that Madonna has been the victim of rampant leaks.
If there’s one thing that squarely separates the album from the Hold Steady singer’s previous work, it’s the consistent mellowness.
To celebrate the release of the duo's ninth album, No Geography, we ranked their 25 best songs.
The album feels more like an American Eagle ad than a documentation of an authentic transformational experience.
The album’s heartwarming melodies set to hit-and-miss lyrics represents at least a partial return to form.