William Bennett’s latest is a bracing mixture of booming African-inspired beats and ominous electronic atmopshere.
A solid, streamlined and heavy addition to the Swedish death metal band’s legacy, after nearly two decades.
The former Sonic Youth frontman balances accessibility with classic rock mysticism and ends up with a strong solo work.
Former Girls frontman’s sophomore solo album does little to add much to his legacy.
The Philadelphia group is billed as “punk for grown ups,” but their rock ‘n’ roll is ageless.
The Richmond doom/black metal group goes epic on this one-track, 45-minute EP.
Killer Mike and El-P step up their game, enhancing their production and inviting more guests while having the time of their lives.
The D.C. grindcore outfit steps away from convention and delivers some crushing doom sounds.