A new album of music by the 88-year-old Estonian mystic seems to put an arm around you and whisper, "In troubled times, music can help."
The Beatles' final song could never live up to the body of work that precedes it. But it could never diminish it, either.
The pop star has always loved out-trolling her trolls. But Doja Cat's fourth album and dramatic rollout pushes that persona further, interpreting her antics through a playfully demonic lens.
As the world waits for the iPhone 15, a loyal iPhone user tries out a competitor, the Nothing Phone 2.
The 2010 Nicki Minaj album Pink Friday brought vibrant new shades to hip-hop.
DeYarmond Edison's Epoch revels in the early alchemic triumphs of Bon Iver and Megafaun members. But the box set also reminds us that no moment of creative inspiration takes place spontaneously.
Nearly six months after his death, a tribute concert and a documentary attempt to capture the spirit of the perpetually exploring saxophonist and composer.
The Chicago rapper and poet is among the greatest lyricists of her generation. In asking tough questions of the art she practices, her third album reveals a fearless and visionary performer.
Absent from the recording studio for more than a decade, the restless musician has commissioned six composers for his new album.
On Left Hand, Mancari positions themselves in the eye of sonic storms to communicate emotional truths with startling clarity.
Genesis Owusu has won just about every award he could in his home country of Australia with his debut album. Now with album number two, he's ready to take on America.
In 1989, 2 Live Crew's As Nasty As They Wanna Be became the first album declared legally obscene, and the group's legal battles set a precedent for the rappers that followed.
With their 1987 debut album Paid in Full, Eric B. & Rakim introduced internal rhyme schemes to rap, and changed the flow of hip-hop forever.
On her new album, the electronic artist's hooks are bigger and her palette is brighter, but the void is ever-present.