Shearwater brings a new form of enjoyable indie rock with a mellow but upbeat feel in its newest album, “Jet and Plane Oxbow,” released Jan.
This album takes the listener on their own journey and gives them the chance to make what they want of the meaning. There is almost nothing about this album that makes complete sense, but this works for Sia.
After much anticipation and following a three-year hiatus, Rihanna has returned to impress with the release of her eighth studio album, “Anti,” on Jan 28. Fans will enjoy listening to this familiar vibe but they will also discover a softer, rawer side of Rihanna that will inject something new and fresh into the mix.
This latest release marks a turning point in Allen’s career as it shows fans a deeper side of the singer, the realest and rawest Allen listeners have ever seen.
The sound change of the band provided in “Death Of A Bachelor” is a breath of fresh air for the band’s followers, especially since the change breaks up its good, but very typical, punk-rock sound.
“Speedin’ Bullet 2 Heaven” is not a hip-hop record, and that is a very good thing for artist Kid Cudi. The shift in genre has inspired Cudi to create an intelligent and different record, but it unfortunately struggles with clarity.
The tracks fall flat as a cohesive album. Each track sounded like a parody of the last with either ’70s-inspired elements or synth-heavy beats, making only a few of them stand out.
Full of gorgeous vocals, the singer shows off her raw and honest lyrics that fans have missed, sweeping listeners away with her soulful and explosive tracks in “25.”