The star’s much-anticipated fifth album is a deeply rewarding record with a dark edge.
New releases from Carla Bley and Charles Lloyd find the jazz artists still inventing late into their careers.
Kevin Parker’s long-awaited album integrates cosmic expansiveness and taut melody.
This personal album explores his loss of faith, crumbling marriage and the death of a close friend and colleague.
The pop star’s new album features prankishness with room for reflection but is wearingly scattershot.
A 16-CD collection celebrates the great American singer, who was equally comfortable performing standards and opera.
Dan Bejar, the creative force behind the Vancouver-based indie rock band, can’t resist a good joke, even when it comes at his own expense.
New albums featuring Strauss’s ‘Four Last Songs,’ Brahms’s final piano pieces and Shostakovich’s ‘Babi Yar’ Symphony.
Turning away from technically flashy music, the guitarist revisits Indian fusion on a contemplative record that grew out of improvisational sessions.
The singer’s mercurial nature—in both her sonic style and personal story—is on full display on her third album.
Danielle Balbuena, who goes by the alias 070 Shake and first came to attention on Kanye West’s 2018 ‘Ye,’ releases a debut that tackles desire, loneliness and anger.
The forward-looking country quartet returns with a nocturnal-inflected album that has both popular and critical appeal.
The multi-instrumentalist’s new album is dance-pop for small rooms, modest in scale but big in impact.
The cellist reworks and expands David Bowie’s final album.
These recent singles may foreshadow the directions in which artists will be heading on albums in the coming months.
The pianist’s album offers solo renditions of music written by her husband, drummer and composer Billy Mintz.
In a Broadway show and an accompanying album, the multitalented musician offers inspired takes on the songs of Cole Porter.
The emerging California hip-hop group delivers an album that is energetic, but marked by an undercurrent of fatalism.
While the internet revolution has reshaped the way we get our music, it’s also brought listeners closer than ever to the artists who create it.
Former One Direction member Harry Styles’s new album is filled with classic-rock references, with a result more imitative than original.