On her debut album, Bea Kristi, also known by the artistic name beabadoobee, uses soft melodies to build tight and short songs that are very shallow for the singer's emotional bag.
On their fourth album, the Toronto band METZ delivers even more visceral, violent and ambitious songs, however, they never seem to leave the starting point.
In his new project, Before EP, James Blake delivers a small set of romantic EDM songs that seem to lead to something even bigger.
On her fifth album, Irish singer Róisín Murphy turns her gaze to neon night clubs and mirror balls, however, she doesn't seem to allow herself enough to create something completely satisfying.
In his second studio album, Gabriel Garzón-Montano reaches the middle ground by creating experimental and hit songs, even though he has sacrificed elements on both sides for this.
BLACKPINK’s debut project, THE ALBUM, manages to unite catchy songs, however, it struggles to sound strong enough to be a truly remarkable debut.
Despite having an excellent production, well-written lyrics and good intentions, Sufjan Stevens' new album, The Ascension, arrives as a dense and detailed album, which is also sometimes boring, very long and monotone.
On their beautiful fourth album, the American band Fleet Foxes, led by composer and singer Robin Pecknold, reaches its highest point: sharp and intimate compositions with a sound that acts like a welcoming and cozy atmosphere.
On his second album, Nectar, Japanese singer Joji, formerly known as Pink Guy and Filthy Frank, takes on a more responsible and adult role by throwing songs with catchy lo-fi pop sounds and more mature lyrics.
With the worst sound and lyric that Martinez has released to date, After School is proof that the Cry Baby character needs to retire, but Melanie doesn't seem to understand that.
ALICIA, the new self-titled album by American singer Alicia Keys, is proof that only good production and lyrics are not able to sustain an album if it suffers from a lack of personality.
On her debut, Heaven & Hell, Ava Max delivers catchy pop tracks but fails to follow her own concept.