“Brick By Brick” is a promising first piece in Arctic Monkeys’ “vintage” jigsaw.
The cumulative effect of “Mirror” is something closer to a fun house mirror.
I’ve been fairly immune to Gossip’s infectious dance-punk, but with her new solo EP, singer Beth Ditto has put me completely under her spell.
Well, Ferreira is finally making her proper stateside debut this month with a five-track digital EP.
The title of Mogwai’s new album acts like a primer for the band: heavy, defiant, with just a hint of black humor.
“Love What Happened Here” proves that the 22-year-old likes making twitching club tracks just as much as headphone masterpieces.
“Perfect Life” is Belong’s poppiest effort yet, but there’s no mistaking the dirty, clinging crunch of each instrument for the work of any other group.
The choice of violent imagery belies the apparent sweetness of the group’s nine members and the single’s simply massive hooks.
Little Dragon seesaws from bright to heavy textures, yet Nagano never gets sucked into the drama.
Basement Jaxx’s lopsided, Schaffel return to form, may very well have been commissioned by Audi to sell their A7 Sportback.
The standout track from Nicki Minaj’s debut, Pink Friday, is a duel for the ages.
Adam Mills (a.k.a. A Skillz) is taking over the U.K. one house party at a time.
Not a damaged wail and not a burst of joy either. It’s the wizened sound of acceptance.
The Fresh & Onlys’s new album, Play It Strange, provides a trip back to the early 1980s.
“Doncamatic” is a far cry from Plastic Beach’s grandiose kitchen-sink arrangements.