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Paramore fights through loss and depression with new synth-pop album “After...

Every time a well-established band comes out with a new record, a wave of fans come out of their dark corridors and proclaim that the band have lost...

“This Old Dog” movingly bridges “Salad Days” to early adulthood

    The first time I ever listened to Mac DeMarco was during the summer of 2015, just after he released his mini-LP “Another One” and...

Future reconquers Atlanta’s throne?

He actually does no such thing. But, he did drop two albums within two weeks and that’s pretty crazy. There is something to be...

Thundercat melts brains on intoxicating new record, “Drunk”

There are wild moments on “Drunk” that make me feel like I’m on an Adult Swim show, high off imagery and infectious grooves alone....

Thundercat melts brains on intoxicating new record, “Drunk”

There are wild moments on “Drunk” that make me feel like I’m on an Adult Swim show, high off imagery and infectious grooves alone....

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...

A Casual “Welcome to Fat City”

The rock band Crobot, equipped with their funk-rock revival sound and new age psychedelic elements, recently released their sophomore effort, “Welcome to Fat City.”...

The confounding elegance of Frank Ocean’s “Endless”

This summer saw the release of not one, but two albums by elusive alt R-and-B artist Frank Ocean. Initially releasing “Endless,” the audiovisual album,...

“Coloring Book” ascends Chance’s ultralight beam to new heights

Rating: 8.7 / 10 Chance The Rapper opens his highly anticipated third mixtape, “Coloring Book,” gleefully repeating the phrase “And we back” alongside crescending beat...

“Bottomless Pit” has a lot of depth

On May 5, experimental rap group Death Grips dropped their fifth studio album, “Bottomless Pit.”  Almost all of the 13 tracks drip with their...