Perhaps it’s time to officially christen the term “nü-disco.”
The biggest liability of becoming the “American Idol” is evident on winner Kelly Clarkson’s debut album, Thankful.
Fleetwood Mac’s new album, Say You Will, may well have been titled The Buckingham & Nicks Show.
To celebrate American Life’s release, Slant Magazine has delved into Madonna’s catalog and reevaluated her key releases.
Eat your heart out, Fred Durst.
Watley’s sultry, smoky voice is a perfect match for the housey beats of a few tracks here.
Tracks like “Mercury” and “Pretty or Not” explode into their respective choruses while others are simply noisy and boorish.
702 are all grown-up and have regrouped for their third album.
Copenhagen’s the Raveonettes have delivered a deeply fertile debut.
A grassroots punk rock tribute to the late punk icon, Joe Strummer, at New York City’s premier underground venue, CBGB’s. What could be more fitting?
Less than a year after her debut, DiFranco emerged quirkier and more caffeinated than ever on Not So Soft.
With her third studio release, DiFranco had begun to perfect her craft.
DiFranco adds layers of warm harmonies and personal experience to some of her favorite early tracks.
Out Of Range was a gigantic creative leap forward for DiFranco.
Not only is it DiFranco’s most cohesive studio release to date, it might also be one of the most emotionally powerful albums of all time.