It’s been a long road back for one of country music’s most celebrated and controversial acts.
Articles by Laura Dzubay
Mother Monster’s sixth album returns to the dance floor with bangers and reckonings that favor consistency over flash.
An album that unfolds one piece at a time into a fresh look at the Paramore singer-songwriter.
A playful, poignant, and hopeful record for when we find ourselves in times of darkness.
Sophie Allison’s experimental second record is grainy and colorful — but not in the way you’d expect
Mackenzie Scott’s first self-produced album is a cohesive plunge into dark but tender territory.
Nostalgic, funny, and gutting, here’s why we’re still listening to Abbey Road 50 years later.
The star-studded supergroup shine a spotlight on crucial traditions in country music.
The mobile game soundtrack finds BTS pivoting into uncharted territory for their devoted fans.
The NCT sub-unit continues their full-speed-ahead streak with a dynamic, genre-fusing joyride of a mini album.
Jamila Woods, Michael Stipe, and Flying Lotus also highlight this week’s New Sounds playlist.
A compilation of three previously recorded interviews from 2013, 2016, and 2017.