|Oneohtrix Point Never|
Garden of Delete
Kill me with your beautiful noise...
Reworking her style, Grimes attempts anything but what we’d expect from her on this long-awaited release. It’s a pop album through and through – but does it work?
the nullifying, defeating, negating, repeating joy of life
Quite possibly Deerhunter's most accessible album to date.
Have You In My Wilderness
oh she's been marooned, can anybody help her?
|Scale the Summit|
Lots of new ideas, increasingly talented musicians, not quite enough melody or album flow.
This quirky, edgy & uncompromising talent has nothing to be sorry for.
|The Dear Hunter|
Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise
What will I know when the morning comes?
Under the Red Cloud
Finding harmony between the new and the old.
An Artiste for all Seasons
To my mind it's so sweet/And I wish you could see it
Lifting the veil.
Tragedy Will Find Us
Death is my birthright.
|We Lost the Sea|
The Voice of the Sea has been silenced, but their passion rings out loud and clear.
Rediscovery meets progression, highlighted by Chewbacca's face on the album artwork
Gorgeous atmospheres with a penchant for solid pop songwriting.
|Florence and the Machine|
How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
Now with more brass.
The Plague Within
A refreshing listen for those who think the band may have gotten too comfortable lately.
|The Tallest Man on Earth|
Dark Bird Is Home
A necessary and timely expansion for The Tallest Man on Earth.
A comeback album that smartly utilizes all the influences from past releases into a surprisingly cohesive and satisfying result.
Hop Along continue to thrill.
|Dance Gavin Dance|
Carrie and Lowell
Sufjan's most personal and bare album is also easily his best.
sometimes i sit and think, and sometimes i just sit
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