Brit teen singer/songwriter Rex Orange County (Alex O’Connor) showcases musicianship that is transcendent of age on the brilliant ‘Apricot Princess.’
Rapper-singer Lil Peep is in his own, dark, twisted world on his seven-song project, ‘Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 1.’
After a five-year hiatus, pop superstar Kesha returns better than ever on her third studio album, ‘Rainbow.’ Here, we select the top five songs from the album.
★★★½: Energetic rapper Meek Mill returns with his third studio album, ‘Wins & Losses.’ More often than not, the ‘wins’ outweigh the ‘losses.’
★★★½: Arguably, Canadian alt-rock darlings Arcade Fire deliver their weakest album to date with ‘Everything Now.’ Regardless, it has still has its moments.
Rapper and singer Russ delivers a promising debut album with ‘There’s Really a Wolf.’ Russ writes, produces, and engineers the album himself.
Cali sister trio HAIM returns with their highly anticipated sophomore album, ‘Something to Tell You.’ Overall, it ends up being a respectable effort.
Nevada, alternative rock collective Imagine Dragons returns with its third studio album, ‘Evolve.’ The question is, did they indeed evolve? No, not really.
Alternative R&B artist SZA returns with an intriguing, major label debut, ‘Ctrl.’
Indie rock band Fleet Foxes return with a demanding, yet rewarding comeback album, ‘Crack-Up,’ following a six-year hiatus.