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Kanye West offers a compelling, emotional and surprisingly human experience with...

After an over two year hiatus, with the exception of a few inconsequential features and some production work on the side, Kanye West has...

A Tribe Called Quest returns with triumphant glory

Legendary hip-hop outfit A Tribe Called Quest returns to the music scene after an 18-year hiatus with “We Got It from Here… Thank You...

Anderson .Paak – “Malibu”

“My uncles had to pay the cost ... / my momma caught the gambling bug ... / my papa was behind them bars” sings...

“Actions” turn you to music

“Actions,” Turn to Crime’s second musical effort, is probably not for everyone, and even then it will probably attract a small core following with...

“The Magic Whip” is pure magic

Damon Albarn has become the type of musician to tackle many projects in his career. From the mix of hip-hop, electronic and alternative group...

“Sound & Color” sounds like Alabama Shakes

Alabama Shakes’ stunning second album, “Sound & Color” is a tour de force alt-rock album that effortlessly combines a paired-down blues rock with lead...

“Cherry Bomb” a not-so-sweet creation

Tyler the Creator, devilish mastermind behind the Odd Future label, is back with his fourth studio album, “Cherry Bomb”: a gnashing, at times jazzy...

Mountain Goats examine life’s highs and lows from the ropes on...

I know almost nothing about professional wrestling. When I was on my junior high’s annual eighth-grade graduation trip to Washington, D.C., I had to beg...

Stevens beautifully explores conflicted feelings of grief on “Carrie & Lowell”

“I should have known better / Nothing can be changed / The past is still the past / The bridge to nowhere.” We are all...

“Just Kids” Isn’t Alright

Singer-songwriter Mat Kearney’s fifth album, “Just Kids,” is a sentimental evocation of childhood and youth. Although the tracks on the LP are all well-produced...