Music is everywhere. It is our essence, our longevity, and our hope. We review the latest releases in music!
Mitski tries to dodge painful reality with an upbeat attitude in Be The Cowboy.
Ariana Grande tries to keep things outside the box in Sweetener, but doesn’t offer up much dynamic in the end.
Aretha Franklin showcased all of her power and ability as a musician and storyteller in her 1968 effort Lady Soul.
Tirzah stunningly captures the very essence of her own thoughts and brings you on her dreamy exploration through them in Devotion.
Moses Sumney has a message in Black In Deep Red, 2014, but makes sure you have to search for it.
Primal Fear deliver a dynamic and energetic record with Apocalypse.
Rest in peace, Aretha Franklin. We take a look at her era-defining career and how she continues to inspire musicians even today.
A billboard raised in central London seems to point to new music from Bring Me The Horizon coming later this month.
Travis Scott‘s long-awaited ASTROWORLD is out now, and features a plethora of big names, from Drake and Frank Ocean to Tame Impala. Check out all the guests on the album here.
Nicki Minaj‘s new album Queen has been pushed back a week due to an uncleared Tracy Chapman sample.
Ahead of tomorrow’s festival, get to know the lineup of Dan Reynolds’ LoveLoud fest so you know who to watch out for!
Mike Shinoda documents his emotional journey through grief following the tragic passing of his best friend in his debut record Post Traumatic.
Thirty Seconds To Mars perfectly paint a picture of today's chaotic and uncertain society in their new album America.
The Cure tried to find purpose in a hopeless, endless pain in their 1981 effort Faith.
Denzel Curry explores the chaos of his mind in the dynamic, visceral TA13OO.
Gia Margaret pieces together the story of her own broken heart while reflecting parts of your own back at you in her hauntingly powerful debut There’s Always Glimmer.
Cardi B has withdrawn from her fall venture across the United States with Bruno Mars to be with her newborn child.
Thirty Seconds To Mars - America
Mike Shinoda - 'Over Again'