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In 2014, country music icon Garth Brooks recorded a love-sick track titled “Tacoma,” which he released on his album “Man Against Machine.” Just a year later, Meghan Trainor and John Legend dropped their popular collaborative tune, “Like I’m Gonna Lose You.” But what do these two tracks — and more than 500 others pumped from the …

Story by LB Rogers / Contributing Writer Chris Stapleton only released “From A Room: Volume 1” in May, but that didn’t stop him from immediately returning with “From A Room: Volume 2” on Friday. “Volume 1” was received exceptionally well, so much so that it was 2017’s CMA Album of the Year and recently received …

Story by LB Rogers / Contributing Writer Four years after she was introduced to America via NBC’s “The Voice,” fans are finally getting to officially meet Danielle Bradbery in her second studio album, appropriately titled “I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.” The collection is vastly different than her first, and after four years of writing and developing …

Story by Hayden Goodridge / Contributing Writer King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard’s music is, in short, incredibly outlandish. The Australian psychedelic-rock group under the direction of Stu Mackenzie prides itself on crafting extravagant albums that explore the strangest dimensions of the universe. In this year alone, the group has released four distinctly different projects, …

Story by LB Rogers / Contributing Writer After sharing a few tours, a couple singles and a 21-year marriage, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have finally released a duet album. The 12-track collaborative album entitled “The Rest of Our Life” delivers endearing romance and boundless depth with the richest male and female harmonies country music …

Story by Altima Sisavad / Contributing Writer Pop sensation Taylor Swift put her “Reputation” on the line with the release of her highly anticipated sixth album, and it’s unlike anything she’s ever done before. The 15-track project includes influences from many genres, including pop, rock, R&B and hip-hop. The madness all began on Aug. 24 …