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Milk's conceptual underpinnings carry no weight at all.
Del Rey misses a chance to re-invent herself.
Introducing Darlene Love should rekindle interest in her stellar back catalog.
Triflin’ sounds exactly like what it is: a hip-hop product of the 2010s.
Given the hullabaloo surrounding the high concepts on Julia Holter's records, you'd think she was…
Few are as willing to write with as much brutal honesty as Barlow.
Too often, Smith's lyrics lack the clarity that makes his music memorable.
Sun Coming Down is another failure to launch.
This record is devoid of the style and personality that made Lucero great.