The indie singer/songwriter harnesses a more intense anxiety on his latest full-length.
The most improvisational and exploratory album by the metal trio proves to be their most powerful and affecting.
An electronic album that feels like a walk through a sleeping city.
The Chicago singer/rapper delivers a stellar debut album that finds her presenting who she truly is, imperfections and all.
A callback to Voivod's best years while carving out new risks and directions.
The Austin indie rockers prove their strengths beyond pastiche with a set of truly fun songs.
A more streamlined set of songs that finds the California black metal band opening up their sound even more.
The Duluth, MN trio deliver one of their most experimental and peculiar releases, to powerful results.
The braindance king of Cornwall keeps up a hot streak with a set that continues to challenge and build on his legacy.
A faithful continuation of the Texas rapper's solid legacy.
A Shabazz Palaces side project loses its focus and appeal with fairly frustrating results.
Tyler's right; it's time for Em to log off for a while.
As close to a return to form for however long the brothers Hartnoll choose to return.
The former Archers of Loaf frontman delivers his most striking and nuanced work in years.
A wildly diverse set of breathtaking art-pop and other twisted soundscapes.
The R&B/soul legend adds a modern, digital filter to his sound for some weird, yet contemporary results.
The D.C. metal band ease up on the grind in favor of something with more groove.
The singer/songwriter delivers a heavier, denser album that shows cracks of light shining through the darkness.
James Kelly of Altar of Plagues/WIFE and Jack Adams of Mumdance partner up on a heavy new electronic project.
A dream-pop album with the power to transport the listener through time.