"Uma Thurman"

Fall Out Boy go hard on the pop culture kitsch appeal here — not just with the title, but with a surfy refrain nicked from the theme to The Munsters, that most goth of black-and-white TV comedies. It’s pretty great that the biggest rock band on the pop charts...

"Air"

“Air” is filled with hypotheticals. As a relationship falls apart, Waxahatchee frontwoman Katie Crutchfield weighs the meaning of every action and the possibility within every choice, her careful articulation revealing not indecisiveness but empathy. When...

Vulnicura

Björk’s 2011 Biophilia addressed the universe, from molecular to cosmic levels, and was presented in elaborate formats, including an interactive app. Her latest couldn’t be simpler: a breakup album, that most common pop coin. But with Björk, even...