A unique jazz record that sometimes leaves the listener out of the equation.
An album that solidifies Kurt Wagner's ability to not only stay relevant, but experimental after all these years.
The Chicago band is still slinging thrash and trash.
The Japanese indie pop group piles hooks on hooks on hooks on their second album.
A more finely tuned sound for the Omaha synth pop group on their return to Saddle Creek.
The UK-based black metal band
The UK art-rock outfit, slimmed to a duo, turn their intricate layers into a more accessible form of avant pop.
The former Pavement frontman's latest set of electronic music is a bit of a tough sell.
Members of Young Galaxy and Besnard Lakes combine for a meditative and hypnotic set of music.
An ambitious work of experimental, cinematic jazz.
An accessible album created from the sounds of disposable materials.
Roberto Lange delivers a more expressive and intensely beautiful set of songs.
A brief set of creative, euphoric tracks capturing a quintessential late '90s idealism.
A vision of future jazz from the Shabaka Hutchings-guided electro-jazz trio.
Nine albums in, the singer/songwriter remains a steady voice of calm and poetry.
Heaviness alone can't save this disappointing album from a typically strong death metal band.
The New Mexico black metal band's latest is familiar, but still carries strong songs.
A diversion into IDM from the chameleonic Icelandic producer.
Ms. Knowles puts grown-folks' blues and concerns into a consistently stunning beat-tape format.
A fully-formed and impressive debut release from the Icelandic black metal band.