Following her mother’s tragic suicide in 2013, Utada Hikaru mourns, escapes and ultimately remains hopeful in ‘Fantôme’, her most vulnerable work yet.
English electronic singer-producer Gemini took time out from the world for four years and turned the beauty he discovered in nature into music.
Utada opens ‘Fantôme’ with a pulsating, reassuring ode to recovery.
After “Running To The Sea” on ‘The Inevitable End’, the Norwegian talents team up once again for a euphoric collaboration for the dance floor: “Never Ever.”
The “Chewing Gum” electro-pop Norwegian princess returns to us, this time in collaboration with German dance duo, Tuff City Kids.
With her ninth studio album ‘Glory’, Britney Spears unexpectedly enters back into the zone for her most artistically ambitious record in over a decade.
After a fall from favor, Madonna relished in sadness and found sanctuary in the arms of R&B and electronica in what could, secretly, be her best album.
Glory, glory, hallelujah.
Caroline, Indiana would like a word with you. If you weren’t already formally acquainted, Indiana is a singer-songwriter from the UK. “Indiana the girl. Not the state,” as she’s made it clear on her various social channels. That SEO can…
Sophie Ellis-Bextor returns to the donce floor with a disco-inflected, Latin America-inspired invitation to join her cult. Where’s the sign-up sheet?
The Legendary Miss Britney Spears is kicking off her ninth album campaign at last — and she’s doing things a little different this time around.