New Reviews: Sleater-Kinney's latest finds the former trio teaming up with St. Vincent for a powerful set of arty post-punk, the Hold Steady delivers its first full LP in five years, and Rick Ross ponders his mortality with a sequel to his debut.
New Reviews: Ra Ra Riot delivers a refreshingly distinctive take on dance-oriented pop, while Pete Yorn embraces synths and contradictions, and Elvis' 1969 stage comeback receives the box set treatment. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
Thank you for your website, I use it all the time, it is so useful and gives me so much information about music 😉 !
New Reviews: Ty Segall delivers some easygoing psychedelia, a raw LP from Russian Circles tries to capture the band's live ferocity, the Bird and the Bee gives Van Halen classics a poppy makeover, and CCR's complete Woodstock set gets a release. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
Every week, our editors make special note of albums that rose above the pack. July's best included an invigorating turn from alt-R&B artist Banks (pictured), Jesca Hoop's warm indie folk, and the guitar-driven psych-rock of Major Stars.
The Faith No More, Imperial Teen, and Crickets musician talks about happily embracing the "high drama" of his latest band, the surprising complexity of slow music, and how he's slowly emerging from a rough couple of years.
New Reviews: Of Monsters and Men gets a synth-pop makeover on the quintet's third album, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib team up again with even more excellent results, and the Violent Femmes subtly expands its folk-punk sound on the band's 10th record. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
While writing music for other artists, Texas-born songwriter Sarah Jaffe emerged with a batch of songs that were too personal to part with, so she shaped them into a pair of dark but ultimately uplifting electronic EPs.
A cornerstone of New Orleans music, the singer and keyboardist began his career with hits on Chess and Specialty Records in the 50s before fronting the classic funk and R&B instrumental quartet the Meters and finally forming the Neville...
New Reviews: The Flaming Lips return to the heartfelt, massive-sounding songs of their 2000s heyday, Brian Eno revisits his Apollo soundtrack in an expanded edition, and Sum 41's seventh album is a politically-charged evolution in sound and lyrical maturity. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
New Reviews: the latest from Banks improves on her alt-R&B style, Torche continues to devastate with sweetness, and Tycho adds vocals on its most accessible album yet. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
New Reviews: Thom Yorke continues to explore his vision of dystopia, Jesca Hoop expands the palette of her indie folk sound, and a new three-disc collection highlights the best U.K. punk from 1977. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
June's most noteworthy new releases included the debut LP from Australian singer/songwriter Hatchie (pictured), the latest from veteran British IDM act Plaid, and the sunshine pop of accomplished sibling duo Mattson 2.
New Reviews: A rejuvenated Black Keys return with 'Let's Rock,' while Lil Nas X shows us what he's got beyond "Old Town Road," and Brazilian pop legend Marcos Valle gets back to his roots. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
New Reviews: Prince's vault continues to reveal its secrets, Willie Nelson plays it loose and jazzy, and Two Door Cinema Club keeps things colorful. There's also new pop-R&B from Mark Ronson, and the Raconteurs are back after a decade. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
New Reviews: Bruce Springsteen displays a gentle touch on his softly-trippy new album, while Madonna embraces sounds beyond American pop, and Bastille takes a breather from global unrest and tries to enjoy a fun night out. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
Ya'll getting paid for pushing Madonna so hard?
De très bonnes chansons (pas toutes) dans ces 2 disques.
New Reviews: The ghosts of rock's past linger, with new exhumations of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, the Rolling Stones, and the Grateful Dead. For those less intrigued by archaeology, new music from the Jonas Brothers, Yeasayer, and Silversun Pickups might do the trick.
the reason these "exhumations" continue is beacuse the music was better, much better
RIP Dr. John: The R&B musician embodied New Orleans' mystical, voodoo-enriched side, and was a major advocate for the city's musical heritage. Before his acclaimed solo career, he was a session player on records by Sonny & Cher, Aretha Franklin, and the Mothers of Invention....
Have loved his uniqueness for YEARS. Saw him do a free show on an outdoor stage at Rochester, NY's International Jazz Festival a few yrs ago. R.I.P.
I remember listening to Gris Gris when it first appeared. He was great
An amazing artist and wonderful performer ! I did a radio show to pay a tribute to his music if you would like to heat 15 of his tracks https://www.mixcloud.com/radios_blues/kob-n75-hommage-à-dr-john/
Another great artist has left the stage 🙁
Pitt’s Underground Garage R.I.P. Mac
Grammy-winning blues guitarist Keb' Mo' discusses the inspiration behind his latest song, which celebrates immigrants looking for better lives in America. The track comes from his upcoming album, 'Oklahoma.'
New Reviews: This week's most noteworthy new music includes the lush orchestral folk of Kishi Bashi, the joyful indie pop of Sacred Paws, and the expansive third LP from former My Chemical Romance guitarist Frank Iero. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
My songs (Maria Sherstiuk - Singer & Songwriter)
My song. Maria Sherstiuk https://youtu.be/m0l2nxY3LGI
My song 'Life' https://youtu.be/zUzmrIuDNMw
My song about economic crises in Ukraine https://youtu.be/OsUfPdzObpo
My song 'My reflection' https://youtu.be/sMoI-dfN1b4
My improvisation. Maria Sherstiuk https://youtu.be/uf2xyjUb-Ng
My new songs. Maria Sherstiuk https://youtu.be/oBcFopN5iVw
Lou Barlow of Sebadoh (and Dinosaur Jr) told us about writing his songs on a modified ukulele, the unexpected influence he takes from hardcore punk music, and the strange life of his 1995 hit, "Natural One."
New Reviews: Flying Lotus recruits a wildly diverse cast of guests for his sprawling new album, Welsh musician Cate Le Bon adds new dimensions to her songwriting, and Mavis Staples teams up with Ben Harper https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
New Stray Cats album is very disappointing. Setzer should just do his big band stuff.
New reviews: The National creates intimacy on an epic scale, Carly Rae Jepsen continues to display her mastery of quirky pop, and Rammstein returns with its first album in a decade. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases
April's most noteworthy new releases include the official document of Beyoncé's landmark Coachella set, the earthshaking, Steve Albini-recorded new set from drone metal band Sunn O))) (pictured), and the intimate new collection from lo-fi artist Field Medic.
New Reviews: Mac DeMarco mines a few gems on his meandering fourth album, Ciara shines brightest in the ballads on her latest, and innovative singer and bassist Esperanza Spalding explores the battle between mind, body and soul on her new concept album. https://www.allmusic.com/newreleases