The North Carolina folk duo bring a huge, bold sound to bear on their third album.
The Brooklyn noise-pop duo shows a slightly softer side on their sophomore album.
The Hold Steady frontman strikes out on his own with mixed results.
The Philadelphia indie-rockers break away from their norm to create loose and comfortable pop songs on their seventh studio LP.
Dark, haunting, and powerful: the third installment of The Weeknd’s trilogy brings us more of his signature R&B-Noir sound.
The Toronto superstar’s second album is full of lush production and introspective self-doubt.
The British band’s second album pushes them further and further towards madness with striking success.
The DC rapper’s sophomore release brings more go-go inspiration and R&B collaborations than his first in a strong overall album.
The French duo’s second album fuses their electro-house roots with 70′s progressive rock into a dance record that works.