Trustfall leans firmly on the powerful moments of personal growth, sidestepping P!nk's sometimes headstrong brattiness in favor of a confident defiance that speaks to triumph and sophistication in a way that she hasn't done before. Years after outgrowing her manufactured role, P!nk has matured into a musician seldom other female pop singers reach.
The eagerly anticipated new album is the trailblazer’s eighth studio album, and the follow up to 2020’s rock-heavy Plastic Hearts. 2023 finds Miley the strongest and most confident she’s ever been, with the music and imagery of Endless Summer Vacation serving as a reflection of that. Featuring Brandi Carlile and Sia.
As a 30-yr chapter of writing music is closing for the American rock band Godsmack, they release their 8th and final album, Lighting Up The Sky. The band’s vocalist Sully Erna announced last year that this would be their last. The rock legends have had a hell of a run for the better part of 30 years, and they’re going out with a bang.
Although known for his intimate and finely rendered jazz, Mehldau has long showcased his interest in digging deep into songs by pop and rock bands. It's a concept he puts on full display with Your Mother Should Know. Recorded in a live solo session, the album finds Mehldau investigating a handful of his favorite tunes by the iconic British rock group.
While Vol. 1 was Bria's attempt at subverting country music's conservative roots and primarily white and heterosexual agenda, here the emphasis was on experimentation. Building on the tried-and-true/bold-and-new duality of Cuntry Covers' first offering, Vol. 2 delivers a deeper dive into the duo's brilliant alchemy of traditional and contemporary reinterpretations.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the iconic WATTSTAX event that took place at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum in 1972. Featuring the full show with speeches and other talk from the stage, a 68-page, full-color book with introduction by Wattstax creator Al Bell, plus new essays by Rob Bowman and A. Scott Galloway. Featured artists include Isaac Haves, Eddie Floyd, The Staple Singers and more.
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