Patrick Johnson wonders if Tyler, The Creator and DJ Drama watched 'Life Aquatic' together, dives into the skill of flexing with vulnerability, ranks the best Drama vocal contributions and more.
After an 11 year hiatus, Lloyd Banks is back to refute 50 Cent's claims of laziness with a project that's darker, grimier and more self-aware than ever before.
The Agadez-based guitarist's latest and most personal record, he shows that his spiritual music is founded in a longing for freedom.
Dean Van Nguyen breaks down Big Jade's new album and how anyone and anything that stands in her way will likely be steamrolled.
On 'Old Time Radio,' Joey Pecoraro envelopes his audience in lush soundscapes the consistency of a fuzzy sweater.
DJ Platurn's ability to mine source material for its emotional gold continues with a collaboration with ghostly vocalist Savannah Lancaster.
The duo's new project isn’t tied together through some high-minded concept because they’ve allowed themselves to operate with the freedom serious self-confidence brings.
Michael McKinney breaks down the various-artist cassette 'heartland,' and its cosmic grandeur.
On his new album, the artist juggles post-punk, art rock, Israel, Palestine, dirty gentrifying white boys and more with glee and above all else, care.
Seattle continues to incubate outstanding hip-hop producers. Andrew Matson waxes about the city's latest, Upendo Moore.