The collaborative album by Shepherd, Sanders, and The London Symphony Orchestra is a profound experience and emerges as an unexpected partnership.
Josiah Wise's second studio album demonstrates that the New York-based singer is in better clouds, singing about affection and Black gay love through bold and ambitious songs.
Leaning on more intimate aesthetics and a more closed universe, Lana Del Rey's sixth album shows the best of the beginning of her career with what made her last album an excellent project.
On his debut album, the Ghanaian-Australian rapper delivers deep lyrics about depression and strong social and political criticism, in addition to showing a bold and catchy sound.
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis' first non-soundtrack album is grand, bold and sharp. CARNAGE has the most violent lyrics and the most determined sound in years.
On her fifth studio album under the name The Weather Station, Tamara Lindeman takes her biggest and boldest step, delivering the best compositions of her career alongside beautiful melodies that preach the calm of nature.
London band Black Country, New Road's debut is electrifying. With Wood's morbid vocals and psychedelic instrumentation, For the First Time accurately traces an unusual breakup.
Weezer's fourteenth album carries beautiful, well-crafted lyrics and an instrumental that plays between baroque and minimalism. It's their best set of songs in years.
Following the same folklore's patterns ― released by surprise and born from Swift's union with Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff ― evermore appears as Swift's most daring album, featuring atmospheric pop ballads and her first country songs in years.
Big Thief's lead singer, Adrianne Lenker, releases two new albums, songs and instrumentals, both full of deep feelings, delicacy, sharp writing and a unique beauty.
On their fourth album, the experimental group of Hip Hop, clipping., takes all their characteristics and ambitions to a higher level, delivering a responsible, unique and visceral project.
Accompanied by E Street Band for the first time in six years, Springsteen and his new album, Letter To You, delivers timeless songs cautiously written, loaded with deep feelings and nostalgia. In other words, tracks that were already born canonically.