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January 01, 1990 - November 17, 2013 + Album Preview
At 85 minutes, Big Wheel and Others is a doozy, so don't force yourself to absorb the entire collection at once. Come and go as you please....
For Cults' Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion, reinvigorating '60s-style girl-group pop means embracing both light and darkness.
The late Nigerian bandleader Fela Anikulapo Kuti is one of the few figures to near-singlehandedly concoct an entire musical genre.
The story of Moby's 11th album is one of collaboration: Innocents finds the versatile multi-instrumentalist recruiting an impressive assortment of guest vocalists.
For his follow-up album Paradise, Garcia seems to have lightened up a bit, no doubt reflecting his personal life.
On Elf Power's latest album, the superbly crafted Sunlight on the Moon, Andrew Rieger and company trade fantastical tales of kings and space for brooding introspection.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Rokia Traoré has always been a sophisticate. Her latest album Beautiful Africa is just as smart and lovely as its creator.
The Bones of What You Believe does a fine job gathering up all of Chvrches' charms into one diverse but cohesive collection of brightly rendered buzzy...
Seasons of Your Day is the first Mazzy Star record in 17 years. It's a lovely, intoxicating record, but the group's sound has also evolved.
Wise Up Ghost is Costello's collaboration with The Roots, hip-hop's most admired live act and a recording venture as conceptually adventurous as Costello himself.
Warring is art-rock in the classic sense, with songs that might require a little attention to fully appreciate all their detailed work.
Like Grouplove's ingratiating debut (2011's Never Trust a Happy Song), the new Spreading Rumours positively brims over with scrappy, happy, sinewy little earworms.