Review: Singles of the Week 10/24
Singles for the week 10/24.
The 1975’s newest album is just as well executed as its previous works, choosing not to shy away from making commentary about injustices in society.
With their 21st full-length album, “Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushrooms and Lava,” King Gizz creates their longest cuts yet.
“CHARLIE” takes fans of Charlie Puth on an emotional ride with standout tracks like “Charlie Be Quiet!” and “That’s Hilarious.”
“Fossora” sees Björk return to earth, crafting a scattered album brought together by reed orchestras and hardcore electronic beats.
The indie rock band Courting debuts their inventive first album, “Guitar Music,” to much success and acclaim.
Following her first album “Blush,” released in 2020, Maya Hawke’s follow-up, “MOSS,” fails to capture the full potential of Hawke’s clear talent.
The first half of “The Hardest Part,” the first LP from Noah Cyrus, is the standout of the entire record.