The singer and producer’s dazzling new EP is a subtle gesture about grace and interiority and the illusion of effortlessness, the same attributes that mark Chris as a true star.
On his best album in decades, the most famous man reaches again for big hooks and big statements, with help from new friends like Post Malone.
With stately ballads and choruses to shatter glass, the Nashville singer-songwriter’s debut builds into a record that feels deeply thoughtful and unified.
The solo guitarist’s latest album on the prolific Flower Room label is subtly progressive. It’s celestial without being sleepy, and rarely stays still.
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Singer-songwriter Sophie Allison unravels the thorny emotional intricacies of her latest work.
The irrepressible frontwoman talks about the artists and songs that have meant the most to her—Bowie, R.E.M., OutKast—five years at a time.
Angel Olsen talks about the one song she wishes she wrote, “Half Baked” by Jimmy Campbell.
Dan Snaith’s latest is as sly and layered as ever, but he finds ways to be more direct with his songwriting. There are no bum notes, no wasted motions, no corners of the audio spectrum left untouched.
Ty Segall’s collaboration with Lightning Bolt’s Brian Chippendale has the same risky yet satisfying quality of watching acid burn through steel.
The Chicago band moves past its early twang into raucous alt-pop on an album that captures childhood confusions and adult yearning.
Assisted by Jeff Parker, Tomeka Reid, and Makaya McCraven, the Chicago drummer pays tribute to his late brother with an innovative fusion of jazz composition and spoken-word memorial.