Arctic Monkeys lead singer Alex Turner is a bit of a word wizard. His lyrical poetry has helped elevate the Sheffield, England, group to major festival headliners. The group's latest album, "Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino," has a different destination in mind: the moon. It trades in the rock-heavy riffs of hits "I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor" and "Do I Wanna Know?" for tunes about a lunar hotel with a taqueria on the roof. Listening to this record makes me feel like a film noir space detective who traces all the clues to a seedy rocket ship lounge — where the Arctic Monkeys just happen to be crushing it. This shouldn't work, but absolutely does.