A significant let down following their 2013 pop pastiche “More Than Just a Dream,” the duo’s latest suffers from a lack of urgency and depth.
The third album by the Australian synth-pop duo is a bit of a disappointment. That isn’t to suggest that it’s subpar, but mostly it’s a
Leading off with the one-two punch of “Let the Night Fall” and “Body 2 Body,” the fourth album by the Canadian indie pop group hits
The long-awaited follow-up to 2004’s “Anniemal” arrived perhaps too late at the time, buried as it was amidst a sea of new talent and disappearing
A rare debut that arrives with urgency and polish, Annie’s underground smash is still a remarkable effort after nearly fifteen years. From the opening intro,
The follow-up to Dragonette’s 2007 breakthrough “Galore” suffers from some of the same momentum issues as their first offering. After a terrific start that includes