Tom Jenkinson offers up one of his most difficult and challenging releases to date, and not the most enjoyable.
The Brooklyn art rock outfit delivers their most fully realized statement, challenging to both the artist and listener.
The Massachusetts indie rock outfit follow-up Major Arcana with another outstanding indie rock album, whatever that means.
The Boise indie heroes return with another set of indie guitar rock jams, slightly dulled with production haze.
Michael Angelakos’ third album with Passion Pit is a complex, emotional album heavy on contrast.
The Toronto death metal outfit uses only 20 minutes to cram in several decades’ worth of death and thrash metal history.
Airick Woodhead moves to a new label, but didn’t bring the promising sounds of his debut with him.
Chaz Bundick doesn’t quite hit the sweet spot on album number four, but he’s definitely still in the groove.