Revisit is a series of reviews highlighting past releases that now deserve a second look.
A gravel pathway punctuated with glimmering gems.
By choosing to write for the moment, Ochs forgoes the idea of songwriting as an act of creating for perpetuity in favor of writing for and commenting on the moment in a manner resulting in maximum impact.
One of the two most essential post-rock records and one of the most singular records of the '90s.
Punk's exuberance and junk culture references create 12 bouncing tunes.
The Stone Roses’ singles and B-sides are some of their best work.
Few artists ever make it as high up the mountain as Fairport Convention did with Liege & Lief.
The sound of pure confidence, of a band operating at the peak of their abilities and finding ways to progress while holding onto what made people like them in the first place.
The unofficial introduction to a nontraditional pop star lays the foundation for a 21st century phenomenon whose debut feels especially prescient in 2020.
Dru Hill weren’t exactly innovators in this crowded field, but they could keep stride, vocally, with the best of them.
Saetia left behind a substantial legacy with less than an hour’s worth of music, which is more than most other bands can say.