Tag: 3.5

Two Door Cinema Club — Keep On Smiling

Two Door Cinema Club’s most popular songs have always pulled away from the band’s rock moorings and towards the waters of dance and electronica, but...

SOHN — Trust

As SOHN becomes more confident in his ability to sing and write taut, simple-but-effective songs, he drifts further away from his electronica-heavy roots. Tremors is...

Muse — Will of the People

Stepping away from the futuristic synth-driven epic Simulation Theory, Muse cobbles together a pastiche of their earlier styles to deliver an album filled with melodies...

Ingrid Andress — Good Person

Following her critically acclaimed debut Lady Like, singer-songwriter Ingrid Andress again plies her version of pop-country charm on sophomore effort Good Person. Without changing much...

Telenova — Stained Glass Love

With Stained Glass Love, upstart electro-pop trio Telenova takes another small step in their musical journey by releasing a second EP following last year’s successful...

Eminem — Curtain Call 2

Partially due to the waning intrinsic value of greatest hits compilations in the age of streaming and endless playlists, but also because Eminem’s output and...

Maggie Rogers — Surrender

Holding on to her folksy roots while emerging as a bona fide pop star, Surrender finds Maggie Rogers still deciding which musical genre fits best....

Ben Harper — Bloodline Maintenance

After an instrumental album and a series of duets, Ben Harper returns with a more familiar sound on Bloodline Maintenance. Split between social commentary of...

Alex Dupree — Thieves

Wedged between his poetry and numerous musical side-projects, Alex Dupree’s latest LP, Thieves, delivers a few ballads and love missives reminiscent of a bygone singer-songwriter...

Black Midi — Hellfire

Somewhere under a barrage of highly musical noise—both consonant and dissonant—lies the story of Black Midi, an uber talented quartet of young artists, raised on...