With Jessie Ware, there’s a few things you can always depend on. Tasteful, exciting production choices, lovelorn lyrics and Ware’s undeniably powerful vocals. She’s been acing this formula since Devotion landed in 2012, adding a sugary pop confection to her 2014 follow-up Tough Love. Advertisements
Just last year, Dreezy released her debut LP No Hard Feeling, and she’s already followed that up with the banger “F.D.N.”
Arcade Fire has always had big ideas. Ever since the seminal Funeral was released 13 years ago, the band has operated as the 2000s most arena-ready rock act, earning that distinction on the heels of anthemic tracks such as “Neighborhood #3 (Power Out),” “Wake Up,” “Intervention,” “No Cars Go,” “Ready to Start” and “Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond […]
“God Knows” is Dornik’s first solo offering since his seamless, self-titled debut LP from 2015, and it pushes the idea of what a Dornik track can be to a logical, exciting place.
Having already released the slept-on great mixtape Number 1 Angel, Charli XCX is already gearing up for a new album, and the single “Boys” found its way onto the internet yesterday. The song arrived with a sublime video featuring an impressive list of boys, from Ezra Koenig to D.R.A.M. to Riz Ahmed to Charlie Puth.
Demi Lovato grew up fast. While her contemporaries Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez built their image on bubbly, effervescent pop cuts, Lovato first broke out in a big way with the deeply personal, moving ballad “Skyscraper,” which detailed her time in a rehabilitation clinic. Given her past – and her triumph over her personal struggles […]
Haim’s sophomore album features a similar jolt of harmonic, sun-tinged guitar pop that the sororal act aced on their debut Days Are Gone, and one of the best of the lot is the mid-album cut “Kept Me Crying.”
North London’s Wolf Alice has spent their four years recording together outside the critical and cultural zeitgeist; their music largely ignores the trends of the day, instead opting for a sound that recalls the halcyon days of 2000s indie rock. The band’s soaring new single “Don’t Delete the Kisses” doesn’t change any of that, but […]