The album solidifies the Akron duo as one of the most vital and credible blues-rock bands active today.
It’s hard not to look back at the ‘90s as not just rock's creative and commercial zenith, but its last great stand.
The musician seamlessly blends the digital explorations of Western ambient tradition with the music of his homeland.
The album finds the singer venturing outside of country music’s boundaries but taking few risks beyond the act of reinvention itself.
The band’s sixth album is less of a revelation than a routine.
The singer spends little time dwelling on the specifics of her heartbreak or fully mapping the album’s emotional landscape.
We handpicked 20 of genre’s best albums, homing in on those that remain within the scope of trip-hop’s original sound and spirit.
The album is at its best when it leans into the DJ/producer’s dexterous instrumental tinkering.
The album is a diaristic account of the way in which the artistic process can help one move through emotional blocks.
The album is a welcome, if predictable, reminder of the days when the guitar-driven verse-chorus song was king.
The band’s willingness to harness the latest sonic trends is hit and (mostly) miss.
The album finds the band exploring new tones and textures without betraying their monolithic, thundering signature sound.
The maturity and control of the singer’s voice re-contexualizes the songs from the original album.
The artist scales back the divine aspirations and melodramatic tendencies, resulting in his most secular work to date.
The album stretches its songs out as long as possible in an effort to get the most out of a flickering of serenity.
We’ve ranked all seven of the singer's albums, including Chemtrails Over the Country Club and the out-of-print Lana Del Ray.
The album is a compelling, if minor, chapter in the artist’s ongoing saga of fatalistic romanticism.
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