Conan Gray — Superache

With one foot firmly planted in pop and the other seeking out more mature musical footing, Conan Gray and his third collection, Superache, try for...

Regina Spector — Home, before and after

Following the dark, theatrical Remember Us To Life, Regina Spektor seeks more widespread appeal without compromising her prodigious ability to write beautifully expressive music on...

Muna — Muna

Somewhat counterintuitively, Muna’s separation from a major label and journey into indie waters sees them writing and creating their most pop-friendly, hit-ready collection of songs...

Caamp — Lavender Days

Following the critical success of 2019’s By and By, Caamp returns with their latest folksy effort Lavender Days, another nice, if predictable, addition to modern...

Pete Yorn — Hawaii

Pete Yorn’s contemplative songwriting returns to its peak on his latest collection of obliquely written musical poems, titled Hawaii. Hovering somewhere between gentle acoustic yearning...

Foals — Life Is Yours

Life Is Yours sees Foals depart from the heavy Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost albums of 2019, swapping out their guitar-driven structures for a...

Judah & the Lion — Revival

Aptly titled Revival, Judah & the Lion’s latest album rehydrates and refines their previous work, as the folk-turned-pop duo hews closely to their proven formula...

BTS — Proof

More a retrospective than a greatest hits collection, Proof corrals singles, hits, outtakes, and even a few new tracks, whittling down nearly ten years of...

American Aquarium — Chicamacomico

Chicamacomico finds BJ Barham and American Aquarium returning to form after a raucous, if not enjoyable, foray into the radio-friendly, country covers of Slappers, Bangers...