Anonymous French hardcore band remove themselves and let their passion do the talking.
The two garage rockers team up again for another psychedelic fun fest.
The blues as translated through contemporary trap.
The Australian electronic fusion band carries an exploratory looseness that makes their latest so exciting.
An intense detanglement of power structures through impenetrable, heavy and menacing sounds.
Not a reinvention of the wheel but rather a strong set of riffs and progressive structures from the German death metallers.
A strong, fun post-Abbath black metal record that still feels slightly incomplete.
A newly unearthed session from 1963 finds Coltrane's quartet in top form.
Evan Patterson of Young Widows delivers a stunning set of atmospheric darkness with his new band.
The synth-based indie outfit conjure a psychedelic cosmos informed by grief.
The California black metal band embrace non-metal sounds in stunning ways on their fourth album.
Drake's longest album is also the one that shows how little interest he has in progressing.
The Bay Area dream-pop group deliver a warm close to a brief legacy and fitting tribute to late musician Cash Askew.
Reznor's weirdest, most sax-heavy and "industrial" album in some time.
Gripping atmospheric black metal without the cosplay.
A <i>Twin Peaks</i>-influenced trip into jazzy dream pop.
An album that engages the emotions and intellect in equal measure.
The Orb's 15th studio album bears a fitting yet frustrating title.
A loose, fun collaboration following two grand statements.
A brief set of songs from the Detroit post-punk group that reveals new possibilities—with appearances from Kelley Deal.