Formerly one-third of the indie-pop band TEEN, Lizzie Loveless is out on her own with a mature, sophisticated album that spans genres and moods.
Halsey’s If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power contains enough magic to be infectious. It’s an ambitious work by an artist exploring aesthetic possibilities.
Creating warm, emotional synthpop is Chvrches’ forte, and Screen Violence is the kind of bruised pop record that can only be made after a year of so much loss.
In her latest single, “Big Bad World”, Anjulie is frustrated with the narcissism of social media and the emphasis on consumption, money, and power in society.
Is it a rebirth Rostam seeks in his solo ventures? Or is he more interested in closing a chapter? If Changephobia has a say, it’s the latter.