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Hit Me Hard and Soft
Billie Eilish's third studio album is her most daring body of work to date; a diverse yet cohesive collection of songs, ideally listened to in its entirety from beginning to end. It does exactly as the album title suggests; hits you hard and soft both lyrically and sonically, while bending genres and defying trends along the way. With the help of her brother and sole collaborator, Finneas, the pair wrote, recorded, and produced the album together in their hometown of Los Angeles. This album comes on the heels of her two massively successful albums "When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?" and "Happier Than Ever" and works to further develop the world of Billie Eilish.
Less than a year after releasing her Renaissance album, Beyonce is back with one of the biggest releases of 2024. One of the first singles, Texas Hold 'Em, has gone on to top both the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and the Hot Country Songs chart.
Cowboy Carter
Less than a year after releasing her Renaissance album, Beyonce is back with one of the biggest releases of 2024. One of the first singles, Texas Hold 'Em, has gone on to top both the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and the Hot Country Songs chart.
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Clancy
Three years after releasing Scaled and Icy, twenty one pilots return with a brand new album. They have been giving fans cryptic teases of what is to come, including the single Overcompensate.
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Timeless
Arriving just in time for the 10-year anniversary of her diamond-certified hit All About That Bass, this is a celebration of Meghan Trainor's growth as an artist over the last decade. She approaches themes of self-love and empowerment with more confidence than ever before, brought to life through her smart lyricism and signature production.
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As It Ever Was, So It Will Be Again
For over twenty years, The Decemberists have been one of the most original, daring, and thrilling American rock bands. Their distinctive brand of hyperliterate folk-rock set them apart from the start, releasing nine full-length albums that are unbound by genre and highly ambitious. Now the beloved indie band is back with their first new album in six years. Not only is it the longest Decemberists album to date, but also their most empathetic and accessible, its thirteen songs like semaphores of mutual recognition for our fraught times and faint hope. The first dozen songs are punchy, pithy gems all, reflections on mortality and loneliness, longing and cynicism, expectation and unease. The band animates them brilliantly, pushing out and pulling in at the perfect moments.
Inspired by Dua Lipa's own self-discovery, this is an album that taps into the pure joy and happiness of having clarity in situations that once seemed impossible to face. It features the singles Houdini and Training Season. Instagram, Fotos, Noel Gallagher, Muziek, Lipa, Houdini, Tobias, Britpop, Adele
Radical Optimism
Inspired by Dua Lipa's own self-discovery, this is an album that taps into the pure joy and happiness of having clarity in situations that once seemed impossible to face. It features the singles Houdini and Training Season.
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Avett Brothers
The Avett Brothers return with their first album in five years. Produced by longtime collaborator, friend, and early champion Rick Rubin, The Avett Brothers is as much untitled as it is self-titled, for as Thomas Keating said: 'Silence is God's first language everything else is a poor translation.' From the album's all-vocal opening to the sharp, scrappy, and scorching rock n roll blast of lead single 'Love Of A Girl,' to the novel strains of folk, roots, synth, and strings that have landed The Avett Brothers numerous Billboard Top 5 and chart-topping albums.
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The Tortured Poets Department
Fresh off her historic Grammy Award Album of the Year win for Midnights, Taylor Swift has unveiled her new studio album. It features collaborations with Post Malone and Florence + The Machine.
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Only God Was Above Us
Vampire Weekend is back with their first new album since 2019's Father of the Bride. It features the singles Capricorn and Gen-X Cops.
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Neon Pill
Neon Pill is the highly anticipated new album from Cage the Elephant, and the group's first new music since their album Social Cues, which won Best Rock Album at the 2019 Grammy Awards.
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Light Verse
Iron & Wine's seventh full-length overall and fifth for Sub Pop Records. Fashioned as an album that should be taken as a whole, it sounds lovingly handmade and self-assured as a secret handshake. Track by track, it's equal parts elegy, kaleidoscope, truth, and dare. It was recorded with engineer and mixer Dave Way at his studio Waystation high up in Laurel Canyon (with an additional session at Silent Zoo Studio with a 24-piece orchestra), with a host of talented musicians joining in.
Sia's first proper album since 2016 is so filled to the brim with pop perfection, it almost overwhelms with how effortless it is for her to craft such instantly connectable songs. The collection is everything Sia does best, and the sonic equivalent of a myriad of things: an empowering embrace, secrets told late at night, going to the best party in the world, the vulnerability of declaring you love someone, the steadfast determination to keep going, even if your love isn't returned; the messiness of being human; the exuberance of being human. In essence, it is life happening to us, happening for us; the songs mirror back to us being alive with every chorus.
Reasonable Woman
Sia's first proper album since 2016 is so filled to the brim with pop perfection, it almost overwhelms with how effortless it is for her to craft such instantly connectable songs. The collection is everything Sia does best, and the sonic equivalent of a myriad of things: an empowering embrace, secrets told late at night, going to the best party in the world, the vulnerability of declaring you love someone, the steadfast determination to keep going, even if your love isn't returned; the messiness of being human; the exuberance of being human. In essence, it is life happening to us, happening for us; the songs mirror back to us being alive with every chorus.
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Dark Matter
Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductees, Pearl Jam, return with their highly anticipated new album. The band's twelfth studio album was produced by Grammy Award-winning producer, Andrew Watt.
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Can We Please Have Fun
Kings of Leon are coming back big with their 9th full-length studio album, Can We Please Have Fun. As the title suggests, it's a document of one of this era's great rock n' roll bands cutting loose, trying new things, and, yes, having some fun. Recorded at Dark Horse studio and produced with new collaborator Kid Harpoon (Harry Styles, Florence + the Machine) the album sees a new side of Kings of Leon. On the new album, the band harkens back to their gritty origins while simultaneously finding new gears. It's the sound of a band unified in vision and purpose, freed from any expectations, and the album the band says they've always wanted to make.
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Born
The album offers much of what's made the eight time Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year the only country artist on Billboard's Top Ten Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years for the last fifteen years. As "Take Her Home," climbs the country radio charts, there's plenty more where the song of three moments that define taking a risk and finding a life came from.