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English glam rock quartet, The Darkness, raise cliché and buffoonery to a questionable level on their fourth album, Last of Our Kind.
California rapper, Snoop Dogg’s 13th album is a mellow and confident take on hip-hop infused R&B.
English folk rock heroes Mumford and Sons change it up a lot on their third album, Wilder Mind.
Lightfoot balances vocal power with raw guitar work that recalls the groove of Neil Young and Crazy Horse on Every Time my Mind Runs Wild.
On his second album, Suffer In Peace, singer/songwriter Tyler Farr is doing his damndest to make sure that ol’ Dixie rises again.
Massachusetts electro-pop entity, Passion Pit’s third album Kindred sounds as bright and shiny as 1985.
L.A. based, Michigan-inspired Lord Huron have transferred the campfire smoke from Gitche Gumee out to California on their fifth album.
On her 13th album, Rebel Heart, Madonna pushes her career forward by coming up with creative ideas and songs.
All bets are off. The second album from Las Vegas rock quartet, Imagine Dragons, is a sleeper with epic aspirations.
Dean Gordon-Smith takes a look at Van Morrison’s Duets: Reworking the Catalogue
I Never Learn is Likke Li’s most focused and streamlined recording to date.
On The Firewatcher’s Daughter, singer/songwriter Brandi Carlile mixes a woodsy western character with a hard core pre-Nashville vibe.
The second album from the former Oasis main man Noel Gallagher and his band is a strong flowing and well realized dose of northern soul.
NYC alternative pop group MisterWives displays some serious mileage on their debut full length album, Our Own House.
For their eighth album, Sonic Highways, Foo Fighters recorded in eight different studios and cities across America.
Louisiana born singer/songwriter Mikky Ekko makes some serious sounds on his first full-length album, Time.
Legendary musician Bob Dylan explores the music of another legend, "Ol' Blue Eyes," Frank Sinatra
Dean Gordon-Smith focuses on the Small World Project and its latest offering
Toronto Indie rock trio, The Rural Alberta Advantage, ring out the folk-rock changes in a dramatic way
Manchester indie-rock duo, the Ting Tings unleash formidable disco/funk grooves on their third LP, Super Critical.