Sharp, smooth, smoky new albums from Toni Braxton, Chloe x Halle, Ariana Grande, and K. Michelle.
Lenker indulges no domestic rural fantasies. Her songs instead teem with danger and magic.
From political punk to a rapper-turned-rocker, the releases below are all riotous.
Although Brakence is not the only Gen-Z singer-songwriter to play with noise and distortion, few so gleefully enact the violent collision of forms.
Swift’s latest, Folklore, really is about being a sad rich person stuck at home.
Having embraced adulthood with her band Paramore, in her solo debut Hayley Williams advances to full self-actualization.
Head-banging new music by 100 Gecs, Amnesia Scanner, Haru Nemuri, and Machine Girl.
The question of genre is a prevalent one in hip-hop: should it stick to its bare bones or incorporate other styles?
Always a master thief, in recent years Dylan has become a collage artist as well.
Lunging for the most obvious jokes on Find the Beat, Blueface is desperate to be heard and understood.
Four new rap releases reflect the divided state of the nation.
Some music has perked up, even within the strictures of chill.