Shad, Canada’s nicest MC, interviews the hip-hop greats in a valuable documentary; live festival music comes from Belfast and Roger Popper’s sitcom
Cory Hanson and his SoCal cohorts continue their transformation from manic garage rockers to shape-shifting innovators on an EP as eclectic as
On his first album in nearly a decade, the absurdist rapper uses his enormous vocabulary to riff on race, class, and becoming
Following the dissolution of the jazz-funk duo Yussef Kamaal, the London keyboardist returns with an urbane, dynamic album that’s deeply rooted in
Produced entirely by Kanye West, the spare and serrated solo album from Pusha-T is a near-airtight exercise in flair and focus.
The surprise release collects unheard material originally meant for “Twin Peaks: The Return”; though slighter than this year’s Digital Rain EP, it