The Canadian jangle-pop outfit rides the in-between of FOMO and JOMO on their second album.
The Afrobeat legend nods to his past while taking jazz into the future.
A statement of understanding and empathy from Erika Anderson.
Adam Granofsky goes for the biggest album of his career.
After a five-year wait, the indie pop outfit reveals new layers to their evolving sound.
Menace, fear and grooves abound on the latest from Josh Homme and company.
Indiana post-hardcore trio finds beauty within the massive.
Sam Beam comes full circle with his first Sub Pop release in a decade.
Now trimmed to sole member Angus Andrew, Liars represent the indulgences of one unchecked artist.
The emo heroes return with an album that feels substantial and true to their identity.
The German industrial legends re-emerge with their strongest album in decades.
A once-promising emo-revival outfit squanders some of their potential.
The Portland goth-doom outfit leans away from metal toward something more gloomy and atmospheric.
Patton, Lombardo, Pearson supergroup is intense, though likely to be a grower.
Trent Reznor continues his dystopian saga with the second in a planned trilogy.
A powerful piece of protest music from a band that proves punk was already doing just fine.
A short player of blistering black metal from two lifers having fun with it.
Overpolished electro that feels anonymous.
Alice's best album in years.
Arcade Fire deliver an interesting album full of flashy disco, if not an essential one.