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  • New music: Rihanna, Sia, St. Lucia, Wet

    Rihanna :: ‘Anti’ There is good news and bad news on Rihanna’s delayed eighth studio album. Good news: For once, the sound is cohesive. This is a real album, not three or four singles and filler. Bad news: The big dance-pop smashes Rihanna is known for are absent here. Anti is a downbeat, brooding record unlikely to bring the singer new fans. Still, there are gems. Rihanna’s faithful cover.... Read More
  • New music: Panic! At the Disco, Savages, Coasts, Sierra Hull

    Panic! At the Disco :: ‘Death of a Bachelor’ Lead vocalist Brendon Urie is now the only official group member of Panic! At the Disco, but he hasn’t lost any of the band’s trademark frenetic energy in the mature, conceptually tight Death of a Bachelor. Inspired by Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday, Urie appealingly croons on the album’s title song and the closing ballad “Impossible Year..... Read More
  • New music: David Bowie, Rachel Platten, Grizfolk, Dylan LeBlanc

    David Bowie :: ‘Blackstar’: Released on David Bowie’s 69th birthday, only a two days before he died on Jan. 10, Blackstar arrives just three years after The Next Day. It continues in that album’s experimental mood, but is warmer and more approachable. The title track that opens Blackstar is its most idiosyncratic, a 10-minute, cinematic epic that majestically sprawls from drum and ba.... Read More
  • Midnight Reruns takes a victory lap opening for Tommy Stinson

    Midnight Reruns had a very good 2015. By the time December drew to a close, the Milwaukee punk/power pop band was able to rightly trumpet on Facebook their status as one of the city’s most celebrated bands of the year. With just two full-length albums under their belts — including this year’s release, Force of Nurture, which numerous local publications counted among the best of the year —.... Read More
  • New music: Coldplay, Troye Sivan, Tom Jones, Babyface

    Coldplay :: ‘A Head Full of Dreams’ To even the most hardcore Coldplay fans, last year’s Ghost Stories, put together in the wake of Chris Martin’s breakup with Gwyneth Paltrow, might have sounded a little mopey. The one exception was the band’s collaboration with Avicii, “A Sky Full of Stars,” a top 10 hit that pointed in a more upbeat direction for the future. That moment is here on.... Read More
  • Year in Review: Top albums in 2015

    R&B Album of the Year: Kendrick Lamar. ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’ Appearing at the height of national discussion about police violence targeting black people, Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly is a messy and powerful document about the state of being black in America. At times it is so dense it feels practically unlistenable. At other times, you may find yourself singing along to a chorus. L.... Read More
  • New music: Adele, Enya, Bocelli, Kylie Minogue

    Adele :: ‘25’ On this more-than-worthy follow-up to 21 — now considered the fastest-selling album in music history — Adele moves forward emotionally and artistically. No longer clawing her way through the wreckage of a love affair gone wrong, she is looking back on her life after four years with strength and nostalgia. Adele’s powerful vocals remain a wonder, but what makes 25 work i.... Read More
  • New music: Justin Bieber, Jeff Lynne, Sara Bareilles, One Direction

    New music: Justin Bieber, Jeff Lynne, Sara Bareilles, One Direction Justin Bieber :: ‘Purpose’ It’s time for Justin Bieber haters to put their arguments to rest. Purpose is no masterpiece, but it is an enjoyable listen that makes a strong argument for Bieber’s place among today’s top pop stars. After finding his career mired in a morass of bad behavior and bad publicity, the 21-year-old .... Read More
  • Music reviews: Carrie Underwood, Laurie Anderson, Harry Connick Jr., Rod Stewart

    Carrie Underwood :: ‘Storyteller’ For those who loved country superstar Carrie Underwood’s embrace of rock on her big hit “Blown Away,” there is a lot to like on Storyteller. However, she doesn’t leave her loyal country fans behind. Listen to her deliver a ferocious backwoods Bonnie and Clyde tale on “Choctaw County Affair.” “Smoke Break” is a blue-collar anthem that finds a co.... Read More
  • MisterWives return for their third Milwaukee show in a whirlwind year

    The origin story of Brooklyn-based alternative pop band MisterWives reads almost like a fairy tale. The band came together near the end of 2012 when solo singer Mandy Lee went looking for a group to provide backing onstage. She met drummer Etienne Bowler and bass player Will Hehir. Eventually expanded to a group of five, MisterWives (a gender-reversed play on the Mormon polygamist term “sister w.... Read More
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