Olly Murs returned with his fourth studio album on March 10.
Purity Ring returns with a 35-minute album that crosses genre boundaries with electric intensity.
Big Sean’s third studio album delivers with witty wordplay in “Dark Sky Paradise.”
Screaming Females unveil a newfound range of musical style in “Rose Mountain.”
Rhythm and blues singer Raheem DeVaughn returns with “Love Sex Passion,” an overproduced album that sacrifices quality for quantity.
Following up their previous success in “Night Visions,” Imagine Dragons offers individual gems in a muddled overall album.
After a fourteen year hiatus, R&B singer Sisqo returned for the last album in his “dragon trilogy.”
Irish alternative-rock group Kodaline disappoints fans by straying from their signature, ghostly sound.
“Reflection” marks a strong debut for Fifth Harmony, boasting girl-empowering lyrics and strong vocal range.
Kid Ink’s newest album, “Full Speed,” bungles his genre with inconsistent style and lack of lyrical prowess.
“The Phosphorescent Blues” is the Punch Brothers’ best album yet, combining Romantic-era motifs with elements of bluegrass.
The Decemberists’ seventh studio album, “What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World,” pleases fans with an updated, folksy sound.