Son Raw deconstructs the new album from The Alchemist & Oh No, which focuses on Hip Hop’s aesthetic of the broken, invoking the genre's long tradition of B-Boy outcasts.
Chris Robinson dives into André 3000's flute-centric album New Blue Sun, which serves as a gateway drug into other obscure yet legendary instrumental albums – unapologetically representing where he's at during this stage of his career.
On the producer's latest project, he expands into singing and crooning, candidly tackling the complicated process of finding one's place in the world over his own cozy production, Chris Daly writes.
Jack Riedy chronicles the existential terrain of Chicago rapper D2x's sophomore album, in which he settles into family life as a husband, father and young breadwinner while working through loss and expressing his faith.
For Donna-Claire's latest column, she examines the caring approach to the posthumous release of the long-awaited collab album from Lil Peep and ILoveMakonnen – it's importance and the resonance of emo rap.
23 years after its release, Will Hagle dives into what makes Deltron 3030's self-titled album so timeless, as it contextualizes the then-present-day by pushing techno-futurism to its wildest outcomes.
The multi-hyphenate artist's latest album, Fine Tune is a handful of solo tracks fleshed out by a who’s who of today’s nu jazz elite, Chris Daly writes.
Son Raw dives into the Montreal multi-instrumentalist's latest album, which serves as a conscious effort to break the rules on the way to transcendence.
Evan Nabavian dives into what makes the new collaborative album between Roc Marciano and Jay Worthy, two firestarters from their respective coasts, so great.
Will Schube writes about how Spencer Zahn, Dave Harrington & Jeremy Gustin's lounge jazz rendition of Harry Styles' latest album made him re-consider his preconceived notions.