The supergroup's debut EP is hardly lacking in engineering or leftist sloganeering, but only the title track is a true original.
“Shots fired,” shouts Vancouver rapper SonReal on the first song of his five-track EP—and he means it.
Suicide Squad has been branded one of the most underwhelming movies of the summer. That’s nothing compared to its soundtrack.
Despite its boisterous title, the singer-songwriter's third album is not something to run through the speakers when you want a bunch of butts to shake at your next get-together.
It's more than just a rebranding for the singer once known as Antony Hegarty.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
Nonagon Infinity (ATO)
The band's fourth full-length record mixes bubblegum sweetness with jittery art-rock rhythms.
There's a rough-hewn charm on Goodnight.
The story behind the music is that a quiet high-school janitor goes on a killing spree after some teens murder his cat.
It’s safe to say that the Calgary-born electroacoustic composer has forgotten more about synthesis than most of us would ever be able to Google.