The Richmond metal band continue to defy expectations while delivering a richer emotional experience.
The shoegaze icons' latest is a little too overstuffed with ideas.
A slightly brighter take on the Chicago band's brutalist post-punk.
Like the loudest collection of prose you've ever heard.
A surprising transformation into more artful sounds for the UK-based alt-rock group.
A lush and gorgeous electronic album, but one that feels some distance from past glories.
The producer teams up with vocalist Trixie Whitley for a set of uncharacteristically dark soul.
Members of Oranssi Pazuzu and Dark Buddha Rising come together for an epic sci-fi nightmare.
The Japanese footwork producer balances the cray with the stylish on his new EP.
An intricate record that finds Natalie Mering going into space.
An album that explores the tonal colors of minimalist composition.
Portishead's vocalist takes on the work of the acclaimed Polish composer, and it's devastatingly gorgeous.
The Baltimore death metal/grindcore band rises from near collapse for a blistering new set of rippers.
The L.A. producer creates a vibe for our crumbling world.
A pop debut that's perhaps risk averse but highly enjoyable.
The Belgian trio's second album is as powerful a rock album as has been released in years.
The soul icon's lost album finally resurfaces for his 80th birthday, suggesting an alternate timeline hit record.
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.