The xx is one of the U.K.’s premier indie pop bands, and I See You is a perfect example of why.
The beginning of the new year is a time when we look back at the previous year. As we look back on 2016 (a year with some very disappointing Grammy selections), here are some albums that really struck me, some of which are getting recognition, and some of which have been regrettably overlooked.
The American Idol contestant turned worship singer is back with Rise, and while it may not rock the charts, it has a heart and artistic progression that’s admirable.
Last Oscar season, the Academy gave Best Picture to a film that did not win opening weekend. Read More
*Insert The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly‘s theme song*…
The punk-metalcore band is back, and with an album that has several bright spots, even if it is a tad uneven.
2016 has been a good year for great albums. But so far, only one has drawn me into listening again up to a dozen times: Lindsey Stirling’s Brave Enough.