Metallica returns this year with their 11th studio album and despite being a marked improvement from their last release St. Anger, 72 Seasons doesn't manage to capture the classic thrash style that brought the band to fame. While boasting headbanging riffs and revived vocals, Metallica can't seem to escape their habits.
Neely and OK break down Coachella's opening weekend, and the delayed disaster of Frank Ocean's set.
Despite returning to well-used concepts, indie-rock band Phoneboy delivers a solid sophomore album with Moving Out. Showcasing talent and developing skills, the band promises a long career of quality.
Neely and OK break down the recent Lollapalooza lineup release, and dish on the headliners.
Graham and Kevin break down the new music released by the band U2.
Kevin and Graham break down the new DND movie, and what the recently released stat sheets may mean for the film.
Despite years of hype and a legacy of classic emo bangers, Paramore resurfaces with a recycled and uninspired new album. Delivering little in the way of new style, This Is Why falls flat across Paramore's discography.
After crafting one of the greatest albums of the last decade, Weyes Blood continues her dominance on baroque pop with her sequel project And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow. She delivers once more a hauntingly beautiful project full of gorgeous melodies.
Graham and Elijah break down the announcements and teasing of AJR and Owl City's new music.
With the new release, Yung Gravy brings his silky smooth appeal to ears everywhere once again with Marvelous. From niche internet rapper to meme rap legend, Yung Gravy further cements his status as a modern music icon.
The Car is the latest release by British alternative-rock idols Arctic Monkeys. With a powerful return from Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino, the Arctic Monkeys showcase well-oiled and refined songwriting chops.
At some point in their career, every rapper has felt as though they deserve to be number one, yet few have the talent and the raw energy to stake a strong claim. Denzel Curry is easily among those few.
The Band CAMINO, joined by openers Hastings and flor, gave an unstoppable performance in Indianapolis on March 24, 2022.
Laurel Hell marks Mitski’s sixth album and her first album release in over three years. With her previous success of Be the Cowboy, the “Nobody” singer certainly left fans on the edge of their seats, desperately hoping for a scrap of a new single—or at least the mention of a new album.
LP3 is self-aware and nonchalant, as if the band is beginning to accept some of the insecurities that were the subjects of their previous work.
Ed Sheeran completes his quartet of math-symbol-titled albums with the emotional and familial '= (Equals).'
Coldplay and BTS join forces to release a new single that blends 2000s nostalgia with EDM for the upcoming 'Music of The Spheres' album
Shawn James releases a new single, 'The Devil's Daughters,' in preparation for his upcoming album. The song represents a noticeable movement in James' work, but does not shift the balance of his discography.
Lil Nas X's first full-length album meets and exceeds expectations with a host of great songs and features from Elton John to Miley Cyrus