Noah Kahan returns to his New England roots on Stick Season

    Noah Kahan Stick Season Republic Records · October 14, 2022 Noah Kahan is a master of articulating some of the most intimate, uncomfortable thoughts we all have, but he also allows us to feel comforted by our darkness. His third full length album, Stick Season, fully captures this sentiment with a distinct New England folk […]

    Adele is back to unveil everything on 30

    Adele 30 Columbia · November 19, 2021 The past five years have proven tumultuous for R&B singer Adele, as her latest album’s primary focus is on her recent divorce with ex-husband Simon Konecki. Despite the subject matter, she reflects less on her past lover and indulges more on the transformations which have taken place within […]

    Dijon’s cacophony makes for a surprisingly sweet melody on Absolutely

    Dijon Absolutely R&R / Warner · November 5, 2021 Dijon’s debut album, Absolutely, is crowded, overflowing, and full to bursting — and yet somehow, it all still works.  Known for his endearing raspiness and genre bending, Dijon can switch between a serenade and a cry without a moment’s hesitation. The first track on the album, […]

    On Optimist, FINNEAS practices humble self-reflection

    FINNEAS Optimist Interscope · October 15, 2021 At this point, it’s hard to ignore FINNEAS’ renown as a talented pop artist and production powerhouse (not to mention eight-time Grammy winner at only 24 years old). Besides writing music and collaborating with sister Billie Eilish, he’s also produced songs for artists like Selena Gomez, Camilo Cabello, […]

    dvsn transports listeners to the past eras of R&B on ‘A Muse in Her Feelings’

    dvsn A Muse in Her Feelings OVO Sounds/Warner Records · April 17, 2020 Canadian rhythm and blues  duo dvsn dropped their third studio album on April 17, a record that’s reminiscent of a classic ‘90s style with enough notable features and sampling techniques to keep listeners hooked. Paul “Nineteen85” Jefferies overlooks production, while Daniel Daley […]

    ‘CALM’ is a valiant effort, but 5SOS needs to revise their vision

    5 Seconds of Summer CALM Interscope Records · March 27, 2020 5 Seconds of Summer’s fourth studio album, CALM – an acronym using all of the band member’s first initials; Calum, Ashton, Luke, and Michael – follows the storyline of a “young man’s life, for better or for worse,” as noted in a Music Feeds […]

    Lauv gives fans an intriguing, introspective escape on ‘~how i’m feeling~’

    Lauv ~how i’m feeling~ AWAL · March 6, 2020 Lauv’s debut studio album, ~how i’m feeling~, embraces his multifaceted personality, focusing on six different characters that each represent a different part of him. Each coordinates with a color representing his mood — purple as existential, blue as hopeless romantic, green as goofy, yellow as positive, […]

    MARINA’s acoustic take on ‘Love + Fear’ misses the mark

    MARINA Love + Fear Acoustic Atlantic Records UK · September 13, 2019 MARINA’s first acoustic EP, Love + Fear Acoustic, entered the scene carrying expectations similar to that of a younger sibling following in their older sibling’s shadow. Love + Fear received significant hype after MARINA’s four year hiatus, but its slower, softer successor did […]

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