Brandy Clark is a mixed bag. The country singer-songwriter sees herself and others with a well-trained eye but doesn’t always reveal what she has learned.
All of Liam Gallagher’s differences in approach on C’mon You Know are small on a grand scale, but there’s substance here. Just don’t expect to be taken on a mystery tour.
It’s heartening that Madonna is still capable of putting on a good show four decades into her career, as we hear on Madame X – Music From the Theatre Xperience.
Mark Knopfler forsook Dire Straits’ arena rock to become a troubadour in his solo life. The Studio Albums 1996-2007 shows just how well that glove fits.
Sydney’s Gang of Youths make music that feels massive and Angel in Realtime is immaculately produced and loaded with the group’s natural energy.
Engaged, confident, and better than ever, Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia is a dancefloor fire-starter but just a shade away from being a true pop masterpiece.
Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia is near immaculate meta-pop that refuses to forego tight songwriting for nostalgic bells and whistles, helmed by a singer is exponentially more aware of what she's capable of.
The lasting, overall impression of Why Me? Why Not. is Liam Gallagher discovering a belief in himself as an artist rather than simply as a singer in a rock 'n' roll band.