The best Janelle Monáe songs find a space where Black experience, queer expression, sci-fi pop, imagination, reality and technology intersect.
One of Madonna’s most famous songs, Material Girl helped define the 80s. But everything wasn’t quite what it seemed – deliberately so.
Hailed as ‘the most adventurous record in rock’, ‘Astral Weeks’ ensured Van Morrison’s name would be forever written in the cosmos.
Tim Buckley’s second album of 1970, ‘Starsailor’ is a life-affirming blast of musical freedom that is still blowing minds today.
Providing catharsis for millions of listeners, Never Ever was the song that secured All Saints’ career. It remains forever timeless.
With ‘Hunky Dory’, David Bowie ‘got a lot out of my system’ and defined the themes he would explore throughout his career.
Released between two critical and commercial peaks, the ‘For The Roses’ album finds Joni Mitchell’s artistry continuing to flourish.
While on a short break from Eagles, guitarist Joe Walsh took flight by lampooning rock stardom on the satirical song Life’s Been Good.
Majestic yet understated, ‘Raise The Roof’, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss’ long-awaited second album, upped the ante on ‘Raising Sand’.
Mining his love of 90s R&B and G-funk, Bruno Mars’ third album, ‘24K Magic’, sparked a gold rush with a clutch of feel-good party bangers.
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