Van Halen turns 40 years old in 2018 and has stood the test of time in the same fashion David Lee Roth stood on stage the year of its release – with a sense of indestructability and bravado.
Lee Ann Womack offers an unapologetic tip of the hat to the heyday of 90s country while not ignoring the outlaw roots of country in this nearly flawless album.
If you’re looking for a genuinely musical album that ebbs and flows with its raw rock fury and who clearly puts an emphasis on songwriting, then What Happens Next is what should be happening next to your ears.
WALLS is an unapologetic love note to the past while very much still retaining its now-ness, and the result couldn’t have come out any better.
Play Dead is a transition from great to great for Mutemath. From excellent progressive-styled rock to well-composed sunny pop music. So sure, rest in peace Mutemath, and make way for Mutemath 2017.