Neither rain, nor sleet, nor 'Whiteout Conditions' can halt the power pop of Vancouver rockers the New Pornographers.
Spoon’s second album co-produced by Dave Fridmann is the band’s greatest sonic shift, getting bold and funky, spacey and jazzy, with synthesizers and saxophones.
From heartache to an '80s-drenched sound, 'Prisoner' is Ryan Adams at his best and most honest.
On their new album, the Flaming Lips scale some heavy subjects (mortality, relationships, suicide) via a childlike fantasy world rife with unicorns and wizards.
Lydia Loveless is stuck somewhere between bratty adolescence and world-weary cynic.
New rule, bands: Fire your guitarist, immediately!
While Tom DeLonge is swinging for the stars with Angels and Airwaves and possible alien exploration, his former Blink-182 band mates are aiming for the somewhat more grounded California. It’s the punk threesome’s first album without founding guitarist-singer DeLonge, and his absence leaves an aural crater in the lineup...
Like a greatest hits album from a parallel universe, Radiohead's latest has fan favorites, an actual guitar solo and more humanity than they've shown in years.
Weezer's tenth album is like a 'Star Wars' sequel: You hope it reminds you of the early stuff and avoids the trappings of the iffy follow-ups. But does it?
Coming back from a bus accident that nearly killed them, Baroness unveiled 'Purple' – an album about resurrection, in both word and deed.