Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti

Even with the scores of K-pop fans, it’s entirely possible that Puerto Rican experimentalist Bad Bunny is currently the biggest musical brand in the world. Breaking Drake’s monster first-week streaming totals with his fourth solo studio album after a surprise drop, Un Verano Sin Ti is over 80 minutes in length and rarely feels like … Continue reading Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti

Arca – KICK ii

Avant-garde Venezuelan electropop artist Arca has been one of music’s most boundlessly forward-thinking personalities for years now, and she continued to surprise this past week when she announced that her long-anticipated KICK ii album, a sequel to last year’s excellent KiCk I that jumpstarted the series, was actually going to be four albums, released one … Continue reading Arca – KICK ii

James Blake – Friends That Break Your Heart

One of the music industry’s most sought-after collaborators, both James Blake’s touching and heartfelt folksy ballads and his tendency for experimentation and daringly jumping across genre lines to blend his malleable style with some of today’s biggest innovators have been drawing in more and more fans as his career progresses. Now on his fifth studio … Continue reading James Blake – Friends That Break Your Heart