On her hugely anticipated sophomore album, Billie Eilish has the confessional edge that will help her stand out, but very little else.
In this Review Round-Up, Maroon 5 nosedive while KennyHoopla and Travis Barker soar, joined across the board by Garbage, K.Flay, Sleater-Kinney, Tigercub, Superlove, Mammoth WVH, Another Now and Whispering Sons.
In this Review Round-Up, Pale Waves shake up and slowthai courts controversy, among new albums from Normandie, The Hold Steady, MOD SUN, Love And Death, John The Ghost, Humanity’s Last Breath, Wild Pink, Dizzy Bats and Stretch Panic.
Even on his most complete release to date, Yungblud’s music still places marketability before actual impact.
In this Review Round-Up, The Struts, Pallbearer and USA Nails rise above a fairly flawed pack of Mayday Parade, Hands Like Houses, Nothing, Chamber, Rusty Eye and Distant
Machine Gun Kelly’s first forays into pop-punk prove just as limited as his efforts in hip-hop.
In this Review Round-Up, the entire gamut of quality is ran from great to outright terrible, by new albums from The Killers, The Front Bottoms, blackbear, Seether, Narrow Head, WACO, CLT DRP and Lucy Feliz