The 10 songs that appear on this particular playlist are heavier, supporting equality, justice, and the ‘resist’ movement. Source: Songs Supporting Equality, Justice & Resistance, Vol. 1 | Playlist
Kendrick Lamar (DAMN.), Jay-Z (4:44), Lorde (Melodrama), Father John Misty (Pure Comedy), and The National (Sleep Well Beast) top ‘50 Best Albums of 2017.’ Source: 50 Best Albums of 2017 | Year in Review
Foo Fighters (‘Concrete and Gold’) is the album U should buy on beginning the third Friday in September (September 15).
Need a freaky quiz in your life? Check out this musically-twisted opportunity to test your knowledge on paraphilias.
Thomas Rhett, Jack Johnson, and The National are among the list of artists dropping new albums on September 8, 2017. U Should Buy Rhett’s ‘Life Changes.’
In a quiet release week, LCD Soundsystem makes some noise with its highly anticipated comeback album, ‘American Dream.’ This is the album U should buy.
After a quiet month for new music, the final week of August yields the biggest releases yet, including ‘Villains,’ the new Queens of the Stone Age album U should buy.
A$AP Ferg drops the biggest release of August 18, 2017 with ‘Still Striving.’ Hence, ‘Still Striving’ is the album U should buy this week.
‘Rainbow,’ the highly anticipated comeback album from pop artist Kesha, is our pick for the album U Should Buy on Friday, August 11, 2017.
‘Brett Eldredge,’ the third album by Illinois country artist Brett Eldredge, is our pick for the album U Should Buy on Friday, August 4, 2017.