Review: Wu-Tang Clan Stumble Through Middle Age on ‘A Better Tomorrow’

It's tempting to treat what is being rumored to be the final Wu-Tang Clan album with an unnecessary amount of reverence. On "Felt," Masta Killa…
By: Martin Douglas / December 2, 2014

Review: Mary J. Blige’s Organic, Heartfelt ‘London Sessions’

Over the past decade, Mary J. Blige has proven her ability to cloak herself in the sounds of the moment, which is why it's hard…
By: Brennan Carley / December 1, 2014

Review: The Velvet Underground’s Self-Titled ‘Super Deluxe Edition’ Is a Treasure

Devoted legions of Velvet Underground fans have probably heard some or most of what's found on the 45th-anniversary reissue of the band's self-titled 1969 album.
By: Dan Reilly / November 25, 2014

Review: One Direction Hide in Plain Sight From Boy-Band History With ‘Four’

Four might seem like a boring title, if not an outright cliché at this point, for a new One Direction album. In fact,…
By: Andrew Unterberger / November 20, 2014

Review: TV on the Radio Make Like Happy Idiots on the Breezy ‘Seeds’

From here, it looks like TV on the Radio's career pivoted the moment Kyp Malone growled, "Fuck your war / Because I'm fat and i…
By: Theon Weber / November 19, 2014

Review: Ariel Pink Makes Another Wondrous Mess With ‘pom pom’

As Ariel Pink has moved on from no-fi outsider artist to outspoken indie-pop A-lister, his public appearances have tended to skew a little weird. Not…
By: Colin Joyce / November 18, 2014

Review: Andy Stott’s Beautiful and Brutal Electronic Epic, ‘Faith in Strangers’

Manchester-based electronic producer Andy Stott saw his mainstream exposure (by jagged, ambient techno standards) double with 2012's Luxury Problems, his first album released since he gave…
By: Andrew Unterberger / November 17, 2014

Review: Foo Fighters’ ‘Sonic Highways’ Is the Missing Link Between Dio And Big Star

These are weird times for alt-rock lifers. During a recent week-long residency on Late Show with David Letterman, the Foo Fighters hauled Zac Brown onstage…
By: Jason Gubbels / November 11, 2014

Review: Serengeti’s Emmy-Worthy ‘Kenny Dennis III’

The eternal paradox of Chicago rapper Serengeti is that his success is more akin to that of a show like Breaking Bad, and totally anomalou…
By: Dan Weiss / November 10, 2014

Review: Azealia Banks Silences Haters on Debut ‘Broke With Expensive Taste’

More than three years ago, Azealia Banks introduced her wonky and mystifying style with "212," the brashest hip-hop debut single in years. Today marked 1,151 day…
By: Brennan Carley / November 6, 2014
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