What should have been an illuminating and entertaining look at an influential and beloved strain of dance music is instead a sloppily-made and myopic waste of time.
The dance-punk mainstay’s frontman on keeping it fresh a quarter-century in, the thrill of live performance, and the banalities of social media promotion.
Beabadoobee’s sophomore album has many the same drawbacks as her debut, but succeeds greater on its particular terms.
The New Zealand power pop quartet discuss the belated reaction to their 2020 album, the chaos of pandemic touring, and the newly announced Expert in a Dying Field.
The Australian dance-pop quartet’s sophomore album indicates they’re in it for the long haul, only sacrificing some of their prior identity in the process.
alt-J’s big comeback record sees the group continue to monotonously shuffle in place.
The A-list playlist.
Time to mark a decade of this annual tradition by inducting another 50 into the annals of history.
Freakscene is little more than a curio for both Dinosaur Jr. fans and the non-converted.