The ambient duo take the listener on an emotional journey from darkness into light.
A more laid-back affair with occasional moments of signature fury.
A darker, more nuanced version of the band that dims the lights and pours the wine.
Brittney Parks' full-length debut is a thrilling debut built on stunning songcraft.
The debut by the 20-year-old Barbados-born singer is a strong pop statement.
A good if minor art music piece that should have us taking an overdue reexamination of Stevens as an artist.
The robed drone duo turn a warm-up session into transcendence.
Not the TR/ST album we expected, but the one we needed.
If Kanye Wants to quit, maybe we should let him.
The LA producer returns with a more grounded and relaxed effort.
The Atlanta band brings the spirit of rock 'n' roll back to the darkness of black metal.
A heartbreaking opera that needs no formal training to appreciate.
The electronic composer continues to blur stylistic lines while pushing into new terrain.
The jazz-influenced UK producer turns toward IDM with mixed results.
A more direct pop statement from the darkwave/coldwave artist.
The L.A. industrial rap trio deliver a stunning exercise in fear.
The Math rock duo return with their most definitive set of music to date, as well as some notable guests.
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.