Philadelphians continue to mine their shoegazer influences on ‘Interrupt,’ though one gets the sneaking suspicion it works out better in a live setting.
Progressive death metal icons delve into modern rock with a few fits and starts.
Perhacs makes an unexpected return after 44 years, with a new album that shows her still creatively inspired.
The Men still create one hell of a bruiser on Tomorrow’s Hits, regardless of the extra bit of studio polish added.
Another gorgeous drive through dreamy, guitar-scored scenery, hazy melancholy and instrumental wonder.
Chapel Hill group scale back and simplify a bit on Past Life, which moves away a bit from the darkness and grief of their previous album.
On Present Tense, the UK indie rockers manage to both scale back and deepen their sound, with a greater emphasis on hooks.
On Blank Project, Cherry teams up with Four Tet’s Kieran Hebden and yields a fully contemporary, unique set of pop songs.