September 19, 2017 / 11:54 PM

Stay Connected

Music Times > Album Review

Album Review

‘True To Self’ Album Review: Bryson Tiller Shifts His Focus On Production

Bryson Tiller debuted his sophomore LP “True To Self” (May. 26) nearly a month early. Was it better than “TrapSoul?” Let me explain.

Britney Spears 'Britney Jean' album sampler released, showcase inconsistent album from will.i.am's heavy hand [REVIEW]

To fit with Britney Jean's snippets being released, Music Times will do a short snippet track review for each of the songs. Check out first impressions of Britney Jean below:

St. Lucia 'When the Night' Review, Full Album Stream [LISTEN]: Jean-Philip Grobler's Latest Record Puts Brooklyn Back on the Music Map

Brooklyn-based songwriter Jean-Philip Grobler performs under the name St Lucia, a genre-redefining electronica outfit that caused plenty of buzz at a handful of summer music festivals this year. St. Lucia's first LP, When the Night, embraces the ...

Album REVIEW: John Mayer 'Paradise Valley' Blends Together Soft Rock of 'Your Body Is A Wonderland' With Folk and Country Influences [VIDEOS]

John Mayer's career seems to ebb and flow. The always-successful singer/songwriter and guitarist has changed his tune over the course of his 13-year career. Beginning as a soft rock god, Mayer has developed in to a mature, rootsy...

REVIEW: Ariana Grande 'Yours Truly' Full Album Snippets Released on iTunes, 'Sam & Cat' Star Proves She Can Balance Youth, Adult Audience on Debut Album [VIDEOS]

REVIEW: Ariana Grande 'Yours Truly' Full Album Snippets Released on iTunes, 'Sam & Cat' Star Proves She Can Balance Youth, Adult Audience on Debut Album [VIDEOS]

The Wild Feathers 'The Wild Feathers' Album Review: Can Nashville Band Break Past the Americana 'Ceiling' of Contemporaries Dawes, Houndmouth? [VIDEO]

There's a new denim-clad, Southern-fried band in town. The Wild Feathers, a five-piece rock outlet from Nashville dropped their debut album this week, fittingly titled "The Wild Feathers."

ALBUM REVIEW: The Civil Wars, 'The Civil Wars:' 'The One That Got Away' Band's Breakup Hard to Separate From Emotionally-Charged Second Record [VIDEO]

There was a lot of tension when The Civil Wars recorded its second self-titled album. The pain, anger and rifts that occurred between band members Joy Williams and John Paul White are hard to ignore when reviewing "The Civil Wars"...

Music Times Network is always looking for well-versed, enthusiastic contributors and interns.
Submit your application today!

// Polls //

Real Time Analytics