Why It's Still Good to Me: Robert Christgau Reflects on a Half Century of Rock Criticism
The critic's new book 'Is It Still Good to Ya?' is out now.
We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us
We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume 24
Everyone has way too much time on their hands.
stream of the crop
Stream of the Crop: 12 New Albums for Heavy Rotation
New projects from Khalid, Lil Yachty, and How to Dress Well top this week's list.
Arctic Monkeys Are Done Being Rock Music’s Saviours
The grimy Sheffield romantics are back with an album that’s insular, moody, and straight-up weird. There are no singles on ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, but that’s part of the appeal.
We Are All Dead Inside, Just Like The Weeknd
His headlining Coachella set proved the darkness is certainly real, but the deeper meaning remains questionable.
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
Robert Christgau on the Genius of Thelonious Monk
The Dean reviews MAST's 'Thelonious Sphere Monk,' Monk's own 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses 1960,' and Ornette Coleman's 'Ornette at 12/Crisis.'
Lil Yachty Still Can't Escape the Innocent, Innovative Sound of 'Lil Boat'
'Lil Boat 2' finds the young Atlanta rapper largely succeeding at making minor-key trap, but perhaps he was more refreshing rapping over happier video game samples.
This Film About a Family of Blind Buskers Is the Best Music Doc, Sorry
Burn 'La La Land'/that prosaic Morrissey biopic to the ground and let 'Ressurecting Hassan' shine in all its emotionally vivid glory.
The New Wolf Alice Film Isn't Really a Wolf Alice Film
Michael Winterbottom's 'On the Road' is more about a fictional love story and the monotony of touring. It's still good, though.
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Arcade Fire Still Rule, So It's a Bummer That 'Everything Now' Doesn't
Seeing the Montreal band's incredible live show in NYC only throws their current creative rut into sharp relief.
Lana Del Rey Wants Everything Now
Pop's nostalgia artist is ready to celebrate the present and look ahead on her fourth studio album, 'Lust For Life.'
The First Food Critic Review of a New AJ Tracey-Affiliated Burger
This shit is limited edition, only available in west London's Boom Burger until the end of May, so here's the #exclusive write-up.
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