On Friday, Feb. 2, Justin Timberlake released his fifth-studio album titled “Man of the Woods,” two days before his Super Bowl LII halftime performance. This …
With an audio clip of Manny and Tony Montana from “Scarface” at the Cuban vendor washing dishes as his intro, Pusha-T creates a metaphor and a bit of context for why he and his brother, Malice, who together formed the rap duo Clipse, decided to go their separate ways.
Lykke Li’s second album “Wounded Rhymes” crosses the Atlantic and challenges the American charts with a heartbroken album that is no sissy.
Feb. 19 marked the digital release of Radiohead’s eighth album “King of Limbs” on thekingoflimbs.com.
True talent defies all stereotypes or standards. It doesn’t have to look like it just walked off the pages of a Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. True talent doesn’t have to be the paparazzi’s favorite target. True talent doesn’t have to hide behind vanity. True talent is Adele, and with the singer’s latest album, “21,” true talent has returned.
James Blunt’s third album, “Some Kind of Trouble,” looks to make the singer relevant again
Not everyone handles change well. Some people prefer to be in control, to have everything organized just the way they like it, and to know what to expect. Those people are probably not going to like the new Iron & Wine album, “Kiss Each Other Clean.”
This year, The Decemberists are back with a brand new album titled “The King is Dead.” No, it’s not a tribute album to Michael Jackson. Instead, it’s an intelligent, well-thought-out, folk-infused album that seeks the attention of the sensible, intellectual listener, rather than the pop-culture-starving masses.
The new year brings new promises, new goals and new resolutions. It also brings a ton of new music for your listening pleasure. Here’s a list of some of the albums that you should be on the lookout for in 2011.
He titled it “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.” I concur. Kanye’s latest album is just as he describes it — beautiful, dark, twisted, and a fantastic fantasy that pushes us past the limit of what we know to be music. Love or hate him. There is no one even close to being on his level of creativity. Denying that is simply foolish.