Annie Clark, or St. Vincent, as she’s better know, gives the world a lesson of non-typical pop on her synth-laden new album, MASSEDUCTION.
P!nk returns with a touching vulnerability on her mature-sounding seventh (!?!) album, Beautiful Trauma.
Frida Sundemo invites us to a world of her own unique form of scandi-pop on her new album, Flashbacks and Future – and we want to live there forever!
Liquid Monk create one of the most cohesive string of songs of the year with their self-titled debut album.
After a very long decade, Fergie has finally released her sophomore album, Double Dutchess.
Finally, Kesha has released her third album, Rainbow, where she proves she’s in control of her own destiny.
She may have finished third on The Voice Australia, but Vera Blue is here to prove she should have won with her debut album, Perennial.
The time has finally come, Lorde‘s sophomore album, Melodrama, has arrived – and my god, was it worth the wait!
Katy Perry aimed to make purposeful-pop with her new album, Witness, instead, it comes off slightly dated and most definitely purpose-less.
Halsey massively disappoints with her sophomore album,” Hopeless Fountain Kingdom,” with its weak concept and even weaker songs.
The long-delayed, self-titled, album from Dua Lipa has finally been released and it’s as great as we all expected.