The metal trio’s latest is recommended if you like guitars, metal and guitars in metal.
Kieran Hebden offers an atypical Four Tet release, with each side of the album featuring a uniquely epic piece.
The Los Angeles R&B visionary dives deeper into the kaleidoscope with this libidinous, genre-blurring achievement.
The ’90s-era trio recaptures the ambition and sonic scope of their creative peak, with some modern updates.
The 21-year-old rapper details a dark portrait of his home city of Long Beach on this powerful double album.
Tristan Shone’s drone machines once again become the catalyst for seismic industrial terror.
The legendary disco producer returns with a set of songs that do little to reach for his past glories.
The Montreal shoegazers play effects-laden indie by the book, but they certainly play it well.