Big Thief’s Buck Meek delivers from high on the ear-friendly album

Buck Meek, the stellar guitarist of Big Thief, is out with his third studio album, “Haunted Mountain.” It is a lovely fusion of twang and rock

On ‘My Love of Country,’ Teddy Thompson shows affection for Nashville classics

Teddy Thompson began a recent concert by singing George Jones ‘ 1972 hit “A Picture of Me (Without You),” and smiled as the crowd applauded.

Neil Young caught in his 1970s prime with yet another ‘lost’ album

Neil Young is captured in his mid-1970s prime with “Chrome Dreams,” yet another “lost” — or “unreleased” — album officially seeing the light of day as

Indie-folk quartet Darlingside sings the blues with a lovely, inviting intimacy

Even the percussion is pretty. Darlingside’s “Everything Is Alive” achieves a melancholy-inducing beauty from the sum of its parts. That includes the quartet’s vocals, whether

On ‘Playa Saturno,’ Rauw Alejando’s futuristic reggaeton reaches new heights

Puerto Rican musician Rauw Alejandro has always had his eye on the future — taking familiar genres and contorting them into something novel. At the

Kim Petras makes flirty Eurodance-pop in major-label debut

Better late than never, and surely worth the wait: Fifteen years after launching her music career, the German singer Kim Petras has released a glossy, full-length

Jason Isbell’s writing flair sings in latest with 400 Unit, ‘Weathervanes’

Further cementing his credentials as a songwriting force, Jason Isbell and his band have created another Alabama-accented earworm of an album that flaunts the power of

Jonas Brothers’ ‘The Album’ is a summer hit for incurable romantics

“The Album” by Jonas Brothers (Republic Records) If, like many of us, you got burned trying to get tickets to the Jonas Brothers recent tour, their latest

K-pop’s Le Sserafim offer a diabolically good time

It doesn’t hurt that the legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame producer, songwriter and guitarist Nile Rodgers lends a funky guitar riff to the spine-tingly

Depeche Mode face down the abyss in ‘Memento Mori’

And then there were only two. Depeche Mode have always been a genre unto itself: a vibe, a sort of feedback loop that is timeless yet nostalgic,

Lucero’s new album serves rock ‘n’ roll comfort food

It would be selling Lucero short to say the Memphis band’s new album feels like what you’d take away from a visit to the Lucero store. As

Rolling Stones to release star-stuffed 2012 live recording

The Rolling Stones plan to release what they’re calling their “ultimate live greatest hits album,” with appearances by Lady Gaga, Bruce Springsteen, Gary Clark Jr.

Lous and the Yakuza moves into love on ‘IOTA’

Lous and the Yakuza has peeled back the pain and drama of her debut autobiographical album, “Gore,’’ to reveal a space of love and playfulness on

Carly Rae Jepsen’s latest album is pop perfection

Dating in the 21st century might be a lonely time, but Carly Rae Jepsen has found a way to make an album around those experiences that’s

Taylor Swift gets dark, electric on ‘Midnights’

All of me changed like midnight,” Taylor Swift confesses halfway through her latest album, the aptly named and moody “Midnights.” It’s a moment on the electric

Enter Tove Lo’s messy femininity in ‘Dirt Femme’

Femininity is all-encompassing, it’s malleable and flesh deep. In Tove Lo’s fifth studio album, “Dirt Femme” — the first under her own independent label — the

Miko Marks draws on church roots and bridges genres

Miko Marks created a buzz last month performing at AmericanaFest in Nashville, Tennessee, and his latest album is an engaging encore. “Feel Like Going Home”

‘About Last Night…’ captures whirlwind night out

If you’ve ever sent a “So, about last night” text, Mabel’s newest album is for you. A follow-up to the English singer’s 2019 debut album, “About

Splashes of color from pianist Sam Reider

Jazz pianist Sam Reider can sound reflective or restless, pensive or playful, sometimes in adjacent measures. “Petrichor” is the solo debut album from Reider, who

Metric rocks out existentially in ‘Formentera’

Metric's “Formentera” throws listeners into the deep end with “Doomscroller,” which starts off feeling like a warehouse rave or fever dream or maybe both. What sounds

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