Rising country star Kacey Musgraves’ Same Trailer Different Park is a much-needed step in the right direction for the country music scene.
Berklee alum Ryan Harris Brown’s first full-length release shows potential for the up-and-coming songwriter.
With the release of his debut studio album, Kiss Land, The Weeknd has only begun to reaffirm his position as a prominent musician of 2013.
Bad Blood is about retrospective introspection of where life has taken you, facing the past and coming to terms with the person you’ve become.
Simplify is not a pop album, nor is it exclusively rock or folk—within a single track, you can hear piano riffs, ballad fills, soulful organ choruses, and a cappella anthems.
Sara Bareilles steps away from her tried-and-true pop piano formula and explores new creative approaches on The Blessed Unrest.
Though expectations may have changed since their first album, we’re glad to see Empire of the Sun back in action with the recent release of Ice on the Dune.
Released in early April towards the beginning of this year, Ticking Clocks embodies honest warmth and lighthearted buoyancy, showcasing mature and wholesome songwriting.