Gorillaz are back with their first album in seven years, a politically-charged collection that has a lot of offer. By Kristin Endahl
The Black Angels serve up a healthy plate of psychedelic rock, but with some servings that are less than filling. By Alvaro Sanchez
Incubus’ new album 8 has a lot to offer for rock fans, while maybe playing it a bit too cool. By Sam Danshes
Blackbear’s new album ‘digital druglord’ provides chill vibes and a good time at the cost of some individuality. By Tessa Piehl
Tenth Mountain Division’s debut album Crack’s in the Sky speaks the language of the mountains in fantastic fashion. By Noah Stein
The soundtrack of HBO’s Westworld adds incredible depth and drama to the mind-bending show. By Tessa Piehl.
Guitar virtuoso John Mayer can’t save his new album from being “The Search for Everything” from being overwrought and dull. By Sam Danshes.
How the music industry has constructed indie and alternative music in a way that perpetuates racial barriers. By Ellis Arnold
In a new edition of Arts column Roller’s Stone, Thomas explores the newest album by Kendrick Lamar, ‘DAMN.’ It’s good, but there’s a catch…
Little Dragon’s new release is a fine effort, but at times feels a bit insubstantial and lacks cohesion. By Alvaro Sanchez