The mother-son duo's debut album captures the symbiotic musical bond at the heart of its music.
It’s been four years since frontman Daniel Johns parted ways with his ‘90s grunge outfit Silverchair and scrapped what would’ve been the band’s sixth album.
The Birmingham, Ala.-hailing Banditos put it all on the line like each song might just be their last.
With Danger in the Club, Palma Violets exceed any expectations put forth on their debut, and deliver a near perfect rock and roll album.
The second solo outing from Brandon Flowers makes you wonder what life would've been like had he never achieved smash success as frontman for the Killers.
Over the last four decades, Paul Weller has constantly kept one foot in the past and one on the present.
On his latest solo album, Miller opts for a bluegrass-influenced approach while sticking to the cheerful, boozy mood he's known for with the Old 97's.
After a rough period, the Montreal singer-songwriter considered emotion from an artificial-intelligence perspective and came up with a thoroughly human work.
The long-awaited post-reunion offering by Faith No More makes it sound as if the the iconic Bay Area quintet never broke up in the first place.
The centerpiece of a three-part series by producer Guillermo Scott Herren, Rivington Nao Rio makes an unequivocal statement about how far Herren has come.