A turn toward synth-pop that doesn't do the singer/songwriter any favors.
The former Sonic Youth bassist and vocalist appears to be searching for something new, though it's not clear that she's found it.
The Swedish prog metal icons' latest is their darkest, and best, in over a decade.
The Austin-based band's third album is a solace from fear, an opportunity to focus onto the light.
A stunning, soulful debut from the rising UK R&B singer.
A double-album meditation on grief that's the prettiest and most devastating album of Cave's career.
There's only one tool at the band's disposal this time, and it's a sledgehammer.
As pure a distillation of old school death metal as one's likely to hear in 2019.
The Rhode Island noise rock duo engages with a broader palette on their seventh album.
A post-metal album that gains its power from patience and subliminally affecting craft.
The rising indie rock outfit follows up their career high with a companion set of songs.
!K7's DJ mix series is at the top of its game with this latest addition from the London jazz superstar.
The Portland synth-pop act's surprise album isn't the one you've been expecting, but that's probably a good thing.
The L.A. group delivers one of the strongest shoegaze records of the year.
A nod to classic hip-hop from an emcee that's spent his career pushing it into the future.
A record that's far too safe on one side and too far from perfect on the other.
A more rock 'n' roll than doom outing from the Swedish stoner outfit.
An inessential but still outstanding posthumous release from the jazz legend.
On the Danish producer's latest, the hypnosis is the point.
The band's most urgent release since <i>The Whole Love</i>, and one of their most tense overall.