REVIEW: Solange, When I Get Home

After A Seat at the Table, Solange solidifies her queendom by merging contemporary art with African-American urban culture, Southern tropes with contemporary sonic experiments.

REVIEW: Anemone, Beat My Distance

What separates Chloé Soldevila and the gang from other practitioners of cheery and trippy psychedelic pop is their ability to lock into a groove and keep the party going.

REVIEW: Weezer, The Teal Album

Weezer surprise-released The Teal Album, a project featuring 10 incredibly safe covers of songs that have already been re-imagined to death throughout the years.

REVIEW: Radiant Baby, Restless

DIY synth-pop in this town isn’t exactly a rarity, but one song and a soaring sax outro into Restless, it becomes pretty apparent Felix Mongeon is diving head-first into the kitschy subgenre with greater sincerity than most.