Even with veteran director Ridley Scott at the helm and a cast of talented actors such as Matt Damon and Adam Driver, “The Last Duel” fails to capture the interest of Copy Desk Chief Allie Remhof.
The emoji song titles may have thrown you off, but make no mistake, Coldplay’s ninth studio album “Music of the Spheres” is a treat for any listener, no matter where you stand on the British rock band.
50 years after their studio debut, Yes is back with “The Quest,” a prog rock album that falls short of its high expectations. Assistant Sports Editor Bryan Pyrtle breaks down the record from start to finish.
‘Montero’, Lil Nas X’s debut and newest album, expands on the artist’s previous work in substantial ways — but not enough.
‘star crossed’ is Kacey Musgraves’ newest album, with the singer detailing moments of grief, healing and reflection on the 15-track release.
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2020 XXL Freshman Baby Keem’s debut album “The Melodic Blue” dropped this weekend, including memorable features from cousin Kendrick Lamar and rappers Travis Scott and Don Toliver, resulting in a sure contender for album of the year.
It goes without saying that Drake’s newest album is a little… underwhelming. Managing Editor Tristan Tucker delves into all 21 tracks, reflecting on the highs and lows.
An eclectic mix of dance pop and delicious bass boosts, Lady Gaga’s newest album is anything but boring. Managing editor Caryl Espinoza Jaen dives into “Dawn of Chromatica,” rating it an overly ambitious yet conservative addition to Gaga’s discography.