New reviews: Death Cab for Cutie eases comfortably into middle age with a subtle new record, while Mitski subverts glossy pop on her character-driven 'Be the Cowboy,' and Animal Collective takes to the ocean with a visual album about the plight of coral reefs.
Editor Mark Deming traces the career of the late Queen of Soul, from her roots as a preacher's daughter to her rough start with Columbia Records to her breakthrough with Atlantic and subsequent outpouring of iconic songs.
You can catch Kina Grannis now on the big screen, performing in a pivotal scene in the new movie 'Crazy Rich Asians.' Back in 2015, she popped into our old studio to share a song from her album 'Elements.'
The undisputed Queen of Soul, Franklin's gospel-tinged R&B displayed one of the greatest voices in recording history. Her astonishing run of late-'60s hits with Atlantic Records earned her the title "Lady Soul," while her confidence and pride made her...
July's best new music included the instant-classic 'Tru' by Connecticut-based indie rock and Ovlov, 'Power' from experimental club pioneer Lotic, and the return of Dirty Projectors to their earlier joyful sound on 'Lamp Lit Prose.'
New reviews: Kenny Chesney salutes the Caribbean after Hurricane Irma, Iggy Pop teams up with Underworld on a new EP, Tony Molina produces incredibly-concise baroque pop, and more https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
I’m loving the Iggy and Underworld EP!
Sorry to say but this is the worst company to deal with!
New reviews: The Internet toys with delayed gratification, Ty Segall & White Fence explore in a weirder direction, and Ovlov injects fiery energy into the classic indie rock sound. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases/
New reviews: Dirty Projectors reclaims its sense of joy, Deafheaven continues to expand its heavy sound and Cowboy Junkies refines its decades-old style while keeping things compelling https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest and acclaimed producer Adrian Younge teamed up to blend orchestral soul and post-bop jazz as The Midnight Hour, yielding one of June's best albums. Other standouts included the debut LP from Snail Mail, the return of Sugarland...
Your fucking mobile website is THE WORST. Constantly reloading because of errors and cutting off MY MUSIC. Now I can't even use it it's so bad!!!! Fuck!!!!!!!! These ads are messing with it -- Safari AND chrome
New reviews: The new Gorillaz album scales back the party vibe in favor of bittersweet reflection, chamber pop band the Essex Green doesn't miss a step on its first record in over a decade, and a once-lost John Coltrane album from 1963 makes its debut...
Drummer Vincent Paul Abbott was a heavy metal institution for decades, known primarily for his work alongside his brother, "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, as one of the masterminds behind the chart-topping band Pantera.
New reviews: Nine Inch Nails closes out a trilogy of EPs with a challenging set of songs, saxophonist Kamasi Washington continues to deliver his trademark full sound and Dawes explores the nature of communication. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
Seeing new releases is easy but trying to enter any artist info is the most difficult task I have known! Why does it have to come from Tivo??? Why not ASCAP or BMI?? Or a registered distrobution service like CD Baby??
are you planing some sort of mobile app? keeping track with new releases is quite challening on it's own. adding sample link to new releases overview would help to skim the list faster :/
New reviews: Christina Aguilera gets moody and reflective on her first album in six years, Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda processes the loss of Chester Bennington, and founding Byrds member Gene Clark's early recordings get polished
Fontana provided the backbeat for the earliest days of rock and roll on the iconic Elvis Presley tracks "Heartbreak Hotel," "Hound Dog" and "Jailhouse Rock." Fontana was the last surviving member of Elvis' classic backing band.
New reviews: Dave Matthews Band gets moody on 'Come Tomorrow,' Sugarland matures its country-pop sound after a lengthy break, and Lindsey Jordan delivers an impressive guitar-powered debut as Snail Mail. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases/
The new Sugarland album is first rate crap. The songs are vanilla and pedestrian. They have no character or charisma. Seems like this album was tossed together from all the ballads they left behind before their solo ventures. Outside of a couple tracks this album has no pulse. The duo has always been at their best when whimsical takes presidence and they keep their funside on blast. This is fairly common with country music. The slow song after slow nonsense gets old and tiresome. I went from excitement for this new platter to absolute disdain.
I am looking for some rare songs of Sivananda VijayaLakshmi .Woold apprecaite if you could find 'Appodaikkippodae solli vaithean"
The month of May featured several albums that stood out from the pack, including the latest records from Los Angeles singer/songwriter Nedelle Torrisi, Texas-born R&B singer Leon Bridges, and Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks.
Ihsahn -Official-, one of the defining figures of black metal, explains his ideas about symmetry in music, how screaming vocals and a stage name helped him step outside himself, and what makes ABBA great.
As Shinedown's new album tops the iTunes charts, frontman Brent Smith shared the ideas behind the concept record, told the story of how his band landed a tour opening for Iron Maiden and details the band's long-running pre-show ritual.
April's best new music included Kimbra's simultaneously imaginative and accessible 'Primal Heart,' Janelle Monáe's earthbound, flesh-and-blood makeover on 'Dirty Computer' and Wye Oak's experimental, palette-expanding 'The Louder I Call, the Faster It Runs.'
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Kimbra's new album is definitely a great and refreshing one!