A work of varied emotions and gorgeously stark instrumentation.
The blackened punk outfit harness aesthetic evil in the form of garagey rippers.
Kevin Parker continues to elevate indie rock into pop dialogue.
The Brooklyn metal band enters a punishing yet spacious new phase of their career.
Not a moment is wasted on this 18-minute hip-hop super team-up.
The Russian producer's latest feels like the most vibrant trip-hop of Bristol's golden age.
With a new singer at the helm, the Norwegian metal group returns with a renewed sound.
The New York band's latest impressively balances dark narrative threads with an explosive post-punk sound.
A dark, harrowing album that speaks, or screams rather, to the soul.
A loose and peculiar album that amounts to a compilation of strong tracks.
The MVP UK jazz drummer carves out a bold new direction with this set of electronic fusion.
After more than two decades, the indie rock icons stay the course, with a few neat surprises.
Mackenzie Scott scales back and delivers a more subtle, atmospheric set of pop songs.
A reconnection to classic IDM textures that somehow feels darker and more sinister.
After a five-year break, and a near break-up, the Japanese post-hardcore band returns triumphant.
Two of Texas' best new artists come together on a brief but memorable road trip mixtape.
Another strong entry from one of the most consistent art rock bands of our time.
The sound of revolution, toned down.
The producer's sophomore album is all potential with little follow-through.
The oddball composer delivers one of his strongest pieces of music to date.