Including the Scariest, the Funniest and the one with the Best Villain
On their fourth studio album, the Scottish electronic duo chart a mesmerizing Road to Dystopia
The rockers finish a record contract—and an era
A promising project takes a step in the wrong direction
The veteran rockers aim to go harder on the second part of their 2012 album trilogy when they ought to aim for depth
Two creative pioneers make sweet music together on their new collaborative album
And songwriter Michael Angelakos brings to mind Brian Wilson
And why Billy Corgan is like LeBron James
After six albums with The White Stripes — and a few behind-the-scenes detours — the guitar god puts forth his first solo effort: a playful “debut” album
Madge stays at the club for her 12th album, but the bad girl struggles to sound fresh.
Things get slightly electronic on the band’s first album in five years. And though mostly enjoyable, none of these songs will change your life.
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