February 7, 2023
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Review: Weyes Blood gets unashamedly introspective

By | Dec 6, 2022

Weyes Blood’s newest album features many beautiful tracks navigating an overwhelming world full of the lost and the lonely.


Review: 21 Savage and Drake album lost in controversy

By | Nov 16, 2022

21 Savage and Drake’s collaboration on “Her Loss” features standout production from Lil Yachty but features questionable lyrics from Drake.


Review: Arctic Monkeys drives to success with new album

By | Nov 2, 2022

Following the release of their experimental album “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino” in 2018, Arctic Monkeys returns with an excellent new record.


Review: Carly Rae Jepsen proves she is here to stay

By | Nov 1, 2022

“The Loneliest Time” is an example of pop perfection, as Carly Rae Jepsen yearns for vulnerability underneath warm, clean, 80s synths.


Review: Taylor Swift meets fans at Midnight

By | Nov 1, 2022

“Midnights” sees Jack Antonoff’s signature dance pop cohesively blend with Swift’s immersive lyricism.


Review: Charlie Puth is not afraid to get personal

By | Oct 18, 2022

“CHARLIE” takes fans of Charlie Puth on an emotional ride with standout tracks like “Charlie Be Quiet!” and “That’s Hilarious.”


Review: Björk returns to earth with magnificent record

By | Oct 12, 2022

“Fossora” sees Björk return to earth, crafting a scattered album brought together by reed orchestras and hardcore electronic beats.


Review: Courting makes strong initial impression

By | Oct 5, 2022

The indie rock band Courting debuts their inventive first album, “Guitar Music,” to much success and acclaim.


Review: Noah Cyrus tackles heavy topics in debut album

By | Sep 28, 2022

The first half of “The Hardest Part,” the first LP from Noah Cyrus, is the standout of the entire record.


Review: New John Legend record is worthy of his last name

By | Sep 20, 2022

John Legend explores the topics most personal to him in his new album “Legend,” one of the most emotional and vulnerable works of his career.


Review: Rap album features misogynistic lyrics

By | Sep 15, 2022

Musical Producer Pi’erre Bourne has worked with big names like Kanye West and Travis Scott, but his new standalone album is simply misogynistic and lazily structured.


Review: Self-titled album struggles to stay relevant

By | Sep 14, 2022

Alternative artist YUNGBLUD’s offers up a self-titled album of his own, which, despite a strong start, struggles to be anything memorable by its conclusion.