These are the songs that gave us hope during a confusing and uncertain first six months of the year.
These are the records we’ve leaned on during the first six tumultuous months of the year.
Mother Monster’s sixth album returns to the dance floor with bangers and reckonings that favor consistency over flash.
The avant-pop star documents her time in quarantine with the help of fans.
The track was produced by popular Australian DJ Hayden James.
The 10-track effort arrives in July.
Australian pop singer’s first solo release in two years.
The Dexter actor’s new band gets groovy on this latest offering.
The boy band’s second studio outing demonstrates the power of exploring new genres.
The K-pop stars lean on the hybrid style of electropop, R&B, and hip-hop that made them popular in the first place.
The follow-up to 2017’s Glasshouse arrives later this spring.
The California songwriter seems caught between the carefree revelry of her past and the optimism of more recent music.