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Julia Michaels, from Bieber's songwriter to breakout star
The 23-year-old Iowa native's single "Issues" was one of 2017's biggest hits, and her songs "Sorry" for Justin Bieber and "Slumber Party" for Britney Spears proved her hit-making chops.
'Fifty Shades Darker' soundtrack, Thievery Corporation, Lupe Fiasco music reviews
This week " Fifty Shades Darker " gets a star-studded soundtrack, chill-masters Thievery Corporation release their first album in four years, Lupe Fiasco releases a new set, Andrew McMahon of Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin fame releases a new album, singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop goes a
The Rolling Stones, Childish Gambino, John Legend and Deadmau5 All Having Winning New Albums
This week is a collection of winners. As we enter December, the Rolling Stones drop a collection of classic blues covers, Childish Gambino reinvents himself as an oddball funk artist, John Legend joins forces with producer Blake Mills on his latest album and Deadmau5 releases a confident new album.
Idina Menzel's New Album Proves Why She's the 'Wickedly Talented Adele Dazeem'
This week pop-singer and songwriter Skylar Grey releases her new album, Idina Menzel releases her first album in two years, art-rockers Warpaint hone their pop skills, Passenger releases another pleasantly folk-y collection and singer-songwriter Rachael Yamagata makes a striking return. Idina
Weezer, Andrew Bird, Pet Shop Boys and More Music Reviews
This week, Weezer return to their self-titled color-themed series with “The White Album,” singer-songwriter Andrew Bird shows off some semi-orchestral greatness, The Pet Shop Boys deliver some glossy, kind of humorous dance-pop, Cheap Trick try to hand us some treats and soul-singer Charles Bradley
Elton John, Lucinda Williams, The London Suede and More Album Reviews
This week Elton John picks up the pace on his new record, Lucinda Williams drops her second double album in a row, The London Suede follow up on their 2012 comeback record, the Elliott Smith documentary “Heaven Adores You” gets a soundtrack, The James Hunter Six deliver some retro-soul,
50 Best Albums of 2015
Anyone who tells you that 2015 didn’t offer up a wide variety of excellent music wasn’t paying attention. This year was actually tremendous. You may have had to do a little digging to find the best records, but like many recent years, 2015 offered up an embarrassment of riches. I liked a lot more
Talib Kweli, Nada Surf, Melanie Martinez and More Music Reviews
This week Talib Kweli drops a surprise free album, seasoned indie-rock band Nada Surf releases an epic live album, electro-pop singer Melanie Martinez releases a record you won’t soon forget, country-turned-pop singer Emily West releases a new record and metal band Soulfly release their tenth
Music Reviews: The Latest From Sia, Judas Priest, Chicago and More
This week enigmatic Los Angeles-based, Australian pop singer Sia returns with her epic album “1000 Forms Of Fear,” Judas Priest deliver some blistering metal, Chicago adds yet another volume to their 45-year recording history, pop/reggae singer Maxi Priest returns after a while out of the
San Diego Pet Hospice Brings Comfort to Animals' Final Days
Families Anticipating the Death of a Beloved Pet Can Find Comfort and Grief Counseling