The Atlanta hip-hop trio polishes up for their proper album debut, but lose something in the translation.
Thomas Arsenault’s first full-length delivers simple pop songs under the guise of booming electronic jams.
The New Jersey punk band takes a 90-minute, three-LP journey.
The chameleonic Sacramento producer switches gears from drum ‘n’ bass to ambient music on his latest release.
The gothic folk singer/songwriter sharpens his sound and goes deeper into his soul on his best record to date.
The band offers up a surprise, download-it-for-free album on their website, which turns out to be their loosest to date.
The two fuzz-loving indie rock bands collaborate on a fun, but unfinished-sounding 20 minutes.
The Australian black metal band foresees a bleak and awesome vision on their massive Relapse debut.