McCartney’s “Egypt Station”: A Delight for Beatles’ fans

Paul McCartney's brand new album Egypt Station has just been released and it's a delight. Egypt Station is McCartney's 17th studio album since The Beatles. At 76 years...

Christine & the Queens’ “Chris”: Pop at the Top of its Game

Chris is the second album from French singer-songwriter Hélöise Letissier aka solo musical group Christine & The Queens. The non-binary artist taps into the raw, electric and sensual power...

Madonna’s “Madame X”: A Bold But Confused Circus

Madonna's first album since 2015's Rebel Heart is a bold mix of ideas and musical experiments. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't.

“Love, Simon” Review: First Gay Protagonist in a Teen Romance

Love, Simon is a teen movie which declares itself to be just like any other. It considers the struggles of finding oneself, of that dreaded first kiss, of...

James Blake Holds Nothing Back in New Album

James Blake's latest album commences with a flourishing grand piano. It's the kind of intro that demands you finish your conversations and switch off your...

Coldplay’s “Everyday Life” Brings Some New Flavors

Coldplay's highly-anticipated new album is a mix of the band's old, well-loved sounds with some new flavors thrown in. The album intro...

Jacob Banks’ “Village”: a Unique and Potent Debut Album

“The title refers to the saying, ‘It takes a village to raise a child’. I wanted to pay homage to all those things that make me...

Sleater-Kinney’s New Album is Rather Disappointing

The Center Won't Hold is Sleater-Kinney's first album in four years. Prior to No Cities To Love, it had been ten years since the band...

“Russian Doll”: Quirky, Cheeky and Filled With Charm

If you're a fan of Natasha Lyonne as Nicky Nichols in Orange Is The New Black, we doubt you will be disappointed with her performance...

“El Camino”: The Closure We Needed

El Camino may just be the most exciting Netflix original of the year. The legendary TV series Breaking Bad ended 6 years ago and then...