The U.K. singer's latest is a sultry, understated throwback to Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte-style disco.
The singer's latest is a catchy but uninventive slice of electro-pop.
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The album is a challenging exploration of the conflicting boundaries and boundlessness of personhood, technology, and society.
The album takes family as its central theme with songs that express the perspectives of a range of characters.
We’ve collected a list of the 25 greatest songs in the band's dauntingly huge catalogue.
The album explores darker, weightier subject matter than its predecessor.
The album finds the singer trying to usher in a new era characterized in large part by asking for help.
The album seems destined to be, if nothing else, the weirdest debut of the year.
Robert Pollard is still coming up with new twists on his patented brand of anthemic power pop.
The lush, darkly cinematic track feature an orchestral arrangement courtesy of Hans Zimmer and guitar from Johnny Marr.
The album boasts a few moments of exploration but seems more staid in its ambitions.
If the world is burning, the album asserts, you might as well enjoy the bonfire.
The band’s 12th album is constructed on the premise that the personal is political.
The album sets out to prove that people are complicated creatures, capable of being more than one thing.
The album both calls attention to its artifice and proves it can still hold a broad emotional range.
The singer's refusal to pick a lane is what makes the album her most compelling effort to date.
Music to Be Murdered By was released unexpectedly, accompanied by a music video for the track “Darkness.”
Despite glimmers of authenticity throughout the album, it’s hard to discern who Gomez is, musically or otherwise.
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