Twenty years ago, as the group’s Millennium album topped music charts, one writer found belonging in an online community she unwittingly helped create.
Megan Thee Stallion’s much-anticipated debut album, Fever, is a remarkable mix of braggadocio, lyrical acuity, and self-awareness.
The singer gets campier and more creative on her fourth album.
I Am Easy to Find sees the rock band involving new voices and a softer approach to evoke indescribable feelings.
Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran’s “I Don’t Care” joins a growing body of sing-alongs about social anxiety.
On the art rockers’ most sprawling album, global serenity is a personal worry.
How one writer came to love the band’s dark, shimmering masterpiece as a teenager 30 years ago
The star’s first single since Reputation has almost none of the elements that once made her interesting, but it does have a dolphin screech for a chorus.
The Maryland rapper’s new project, Anger Management, is a collaboration with the producer Kenny Beats that continues an electrifying repertoire.
The singer and flutist Lizzo’s new album is as impressive as it is ad-friendly. But navigating both repressive industry standards and commercial co-option is tricky territory.
The wild and challenging Her Smell stars Elisabeth Moss as a self-destructive rocker in a familiar mold—and features an ending in a less familiar one.
Whether or not Lil Nas X’s No. 1 hit is country music, it definitely shows the anarchic power of pop.
A new book explores how the group turned itself into a portal for some of the most alien and beautiful information ever to be broadcast through the medium of a rock-and-roll band.
The CW show, which is ending after four seasons, gave new life to a genre that was losing ground on the small screen.
The suddenly ubiquitous singer’s When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? connects goth ideas across generations.
Since her tribute to the track star Usain Bolt went viral, Koffee has shown she has staying power.
The singer, dead at 76, morphed from a ’60s pop idol into an avant-garde legend. But his voice and his fatalism were consistent.
Bas, raised in New York, wants to bring his music to his Sudanese parents’ homeland and to the broader continent. And so do his fans.
The rocker’s fourth solo album has a big, bold sound and a mature, unapologetic take on desire.
Netflix’s shiny biopic of the hair-metal band barely tries to understand the destruction it portrays.