The indie pop group isn’t quite as in love with synths anymore, but they’re still leaning heavily on ’80s influences.
The transcendental black metal band substitutes new elements for their signature sound and it’s more confusing than anything.
The UK singer songwriter takes another step forward on her fifth full-length, and turns up the volume higher.
Matthew Cooper and Explosions in the Sky’s Mark Smith come together again in hypnotic harmony.
The Providence, Rhode Island noise rock duo shred the gnar again on their first album in six years.
The Australian singer/songwriter’s proper full-length debut builds on her first two EPs with more grit, volume and anxiety.
Ian Parton does the bulk of the work on the eclectic UK group’s fourth album, with some fun if familiar results.
Brendan Angelides’ latest album comes after a globe-spanning journey, but the electronic music itself doesn’t go much of anywhere.