December 5, 2022
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Review: King Gizz begins impressive three album run

By | Oct 19, 2022

With their 21st full-length album, “Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushrooms and Lava,” King Gizz creates their longest cuts yet.

Review: Lyrical legend Pusha T cooks up a solid project

By | Apr 27, 2022

Pusha T returns with more impressive wordsmithing and fitting production.

Review: There isn’t much to love about “Unlimited Love”

By | Apr 14, 2022

Red Hot Chili Peppers re-enter the music scene with a disappointing new album.

Review: New Denzel Curry album opts for honest jazz-rap

By | Apr 6, 2022

On his latest LP, Denzel Curry delivers his most raw and down-to-earth music yet.

Review: Charli XCX release is everything but a crash

By | Mar 31, 2022

“Crash” proves to be an encyclopedia of pop, featuring a number of iconic artists.

Review: Album “Who Cares?” is worthy of caring about

By | Mar 24, 2022

Rex Orange County’s latest “Who cares?” is a look into his emotions

Review: New Beach House album offers nothing new to fans

By | Mar 3, 2022

Beach House creates another collection of dream-pop, ethereal-sounding songs.

Review: Mitski uses ‘Laurel Hell’ as a heartfelt departure

By | Feb 17, 2022

“Laurel Hell” acts as Mitski’s bittersweet farewell to the burden of her success.

Review: Snail Mail crushes heartache in ‘Valentine’

By | Nov 15, 2021

“Valentine” is an excellent album, both for listeners looking for an outlet to express the heartache that feels like it may never heal and fans of the indie genre looking for a new female voice.

Review: Kanye West continues to break barriers with “Donda”

By | Aug 31, 2021

Rather than reaching for something new, “Donda” finds West looking inward and taking stock of the personal tribulations around him.

Review: Lorde enters new era

By | Aug 31, 2021

Lorde and Antonoff make an incredible team — each song offers something extraordinarily enjoyable, whether that’s basking in the sun or stuck in an existential airport.

Review: Country artist breaks genre stereotypes

By | Apr 29, 2021

Despite the title, “Heart” — Eric Church’s first release from his triple album, “Heart & Soul” — is not an album of stereotypical country love songs.