Mika's My Name Is Michael Holbrook contains some of his sharpest lyrical conceits and catchiest hooks, but is often undercut by its too-glossy production.
Portland-based rocker Kyle Craft adds more variety and edge to his music with his third full-length album, Showboat Honey.
Faced with the challenging task of portraying the iconic Elton John onscreen in Rocketman, Taron Egerton took the challenge head-on, to spectacular results.
What began as a blog becomes Ashes to Ashes: The Songs of David Bowie, 1976-2016, a tome for fans and critics.
The fourth in a series of David Bowie boxed sets, Loving the Alien (1983-1988) covers a period in the late artist's career than many hardcore fans would prefer to forget. Time for a reassessment.
Brooklyn outfit Native Sun channel glam rock's earliest, brightest moments on track that would make Mott the Hoople proud.
Suede were never really part of the oafish Britpop scene and their dark, dramatic new album makes this more apparent than ever.
Canada's Sleepless Nights offer a new single, "Kids on Drugs", that could be the easy-to-sing hit of the late summer.
David Bowie's well-received Record Store Day 2018 collection goes on general release via CD, streaming and download.
Ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr releases his third solo album, Call the Comet, a dystopian collection of futuristic synths and killer riffs.
Pioneering trans artist Lenny Zenith reminds listeners that it's about more than "a little surgery and a pronoun change" on "Suddenly Someone".
Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino is an intriguing musical shift from Arctic Monkeys' wildly popular and massively dominating AM, but rooted in their style and progressive growth as musicians and performers.
Spacehog's Royston Langdon Returns As Leeds and Asks "What Became of the People" (premiere + interview)
Spacehog's Royston Langdon returns with a new guise and observations on isolation and the role of the artist with his new track "What Became of the People".
With nods from Cage the Elephant and Jimmy Page, Lucas' time in the sun is just around the corner as "Anne Marie" proves.
'Resistance Is Futile' Is Manic Street Preachers' Pop Album with Some of Their Most Immediate Songs Ever
The songs on Manic Street Preachers' Resistance Is Futile come across as standalone, individual vignettes with each one seemingly written as a potential single.
Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis has written an arresting, confrontational, and oftentimes beautiful biography of the notoriously cagy musician.
Glam rock trio Uni gained a cult following across NYC with several live shows and are releasing "Mushroom Cloud" at the tail end of 2017.