The Bloc Party frontman pursues a path of house and trip-hop jams, but the aesthetic grows weary all too soon.
A collection of outtakes, but a solid one, enhancing and complementing the Montreal band’s debut album released earlier this year.
A devastating and amazing chronicle of the band’s 1995-1996 years, at their most abrasive and spacious.
The Seattle sludge band reinvigorates its sound by bringing in members of the Butthole Surfers and plenty of weirdness to spare.
Not a drastic transformation for the Scottish indie rock band, but it shows them moving forward at a steady pace.
The 20th anniversary reissue finds the classic techno album sounding fresh as ever, with all kinds of bonus goodies.
A terrifying and overwhelming trip through avant garde doom metal majesty.
The Toronto band’s pop music chops are as strong as ever, with effortless melodies treated with a delicate touch.