Noteworthy new additions to our music collection.
Latin music superstar Prince Royce brings together many different sounds on his new album, which includes the singles El Clavo and Adicto. It also features Marc Anthony.
And It's Still Alright
Nathaniel Rateliff delivers in his solo debut an intensely personal ten-song album of vibrant country-blues, badland ballads, ornate Americana and jazz-inflected R&B.
Carly Pearce's self-titled sophomore album, featuring the hit single I Hope You're Happy Now with Lee Brice, contains 13 new tracks produced by the acclaimed busbee.
Father of All
Five-time Grammy Award-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Green Day unleash the follow-up to their Revolution Radio album.
Have We Met
Atmosphere and loose approximations of a place or feeling are what is expected from any new Destroyer record - certainly not an easily defined and stridently adhered to theme or concept. It manages to meet somewhere between those disparate Y2K reference points and Destroyer's own area of expertise, gliding deftly into territory that marries the old strident Destroyer with the new, aged crooning one of late.
Drive-By Truckers are kicking off the new election year with their first new album in three and a half years. The writing on the album is inspired by the duality between the generally positive state of affairs within the band and the turbulent world outside.