We review new albums from New Zealand pop singer Kimbra, '90s rock throwbacks Organ Thieves and ramshackle indie group Apollo Ghosts.
We review new albums from indie pop duo Beach House, cock-rocking heroes Tenacious D and Canadian singer-songwriter Holly McNarland.
We review new albums from Canadian indie duo PS I Love You, onetime Ween frontman Aaron Freeman, and L.A. scene-rockers Silversun Pickups.
This weeks sees new albums from The Flaming Lips, under-appreciated pop singer Santigold and long-running metal ghoul Marilyn Manson.
This week in TORO's album reviews Jack White goes solo, Death Grips are major, and Radio Radio drop its best album yet.
We review new albums from Georgia rapper Future, Montreal's Patrick Krief and East Coast songwriter Olivier Jarda.
This week we review the latest edition of MTV Unplugged, starring English electro-pop act Florence + the Machine and Denmark's Sleep Party People.
This week, we review new albums from Canadian folk institution Great Lake Swimmers, lo-fi blues newcomer Willis Earl Beal and funk/rap duo THEESatisfaction.
This week we review new albums from aging pop queen Madonna, B.C. rockers Yukon Blonde, and garage-pop darling La Sera.
This week we review a great comeback record from The Shins, the debut of ambient/folk duo Mirroring, and a mixtape comp. from rap crew Odd Future.
We review the latest albums from English pop duo The Tings Tings and garage rock group Cousins.
Two great rock and roll records this week, one from an aged veteran hoping to stay relevant, another from a local group hoping to make it big.
This week we review new albums from Montreal's Plants and Animals, singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell and pop-leaning rockers Elias.
Noisy Brooklyn duo Sleigh Bells sounded like no one else on their debut album Treats, but on album No. 2 Reign of Terror they sound a lot like themselves.
Two indie trios square off with this week's music reviews; Shearwater and Tennis add more rock to their trademark styles.
Hip hop is the genre this week, with the South African weirdos of Die Antwoord and mellow Odd Future-affiliated duo The Internet.
This week we review new albums from one of pop music's oldest stars, and one of its newest.
This week we review new albums from Virginia metal icons Lamb of God, Swedish duo First Aid Kit and Mexico's Rodrigo y Gabriela.
This week we review the latest from English post-hardcore group Enter Shikari, Swedish singer Halina Larsson, and electro-pop duo The Big Pink.
We review the latest mixtape from Toronto's The Weeknd, a limp "comeback" from Scotland's Snow Patrol, and a long-lost album from the late Captain Beefheart.