Small Reactions polish their indie-pop sound with increasing sophistication. New Age Soul is an emotionally and intellectually well-rounded album.
Singer-songwriter Steve Dawson magnificently blends Americana with classic pop on his latest album, At the Bottom of a Canyon in the Branches of a Tree.
Spice Girls’ 1996 hit “Wannabe” is more than just a pop song. It’s an artifact from a time gone by, a marker for nostalgia, and a theme tune for adolescence.
As Koeosaeme, experimental artist Ryu Yoshizawa’s latest album is infused with the inspiration of Southeast Asian folk music, giving it a more layered sound.
John Edgar Wideman’s You Made Me Love You features an array of impressive, thought-provoking stories of considerable depth.
Pabllo Vittar’s Batidão Tropical comes at a moment when Brazilian Northeast culture is on the rise but she’s taking Brega music to the next level.
With his latest album, Vince Staples mines an artistic, existential, and notably fertile limbo. It’s his most reflective and sober perspective to date.