Blurred Lines is Robin Thicke’s most consistent effort yet, and that’s progress in anyone’s book.
The 20/20 Experience isn’t a poor album, it simply suffers from desperately wanting to be more than the sum of its parts.
I always through Tegan & Sara were a cutesey little indie folk thing who did their bit while twee girls and boys swooned. But while at...
Plain and simple – what else can you expect from a self-liberating artist going by the name of Lady Gaga?
Ke$ha returns with a 9 track EP entitled Cannibal, and the title is directly proportional to the lyrical content: fierce.
The bottom line is that Sound of Silver is a fantastic album, and no one can do modern dance music quite like LCD Soundsystem.
So to you, dance-rock fan who has not heard Stellastarr*’s debut album, I can wholeheartedly recommend Harmonies for the Haunted.
When Love.Angel.Music.Baby is good, it threatens formulaic pop music with creativity and invention. When it is bad, it leaves listeners scratching their heads.
If the leftover New Romantics have been without a band to cling to as patron saints, they now have that void filled by VHS or Beta.