The Golden Echo
Kimbra strikes art-pop gold on her second album.
They Want My Soul
Let me be mine.
Roads to the North
Watching the mountains sleep
Lese Majesty boldly goes places where most hip-hop artists couldn’t even fathom.
Never Hungover Again
This album should have been titled, Joyce Manor Learn How to Vary Their Damn Songwriting
Nothing extremely new or innovative, but still great and worth a listen
Once More 'Round the Sun
A blueprint of how to go commercial without sacrificing one's artistic identity.
There's a gesture of thrash; A hint of pop; A chunk of punk. All mashed together, sounds like one entertaining, angry party.
Put simply, CLPPNG is experimentation done right, taking a bold leap toward making experimental hip-hop both accessible and flat out fun.
|Sharon Van Etten|
Are We There
you like it.
|The Brian Jonestown Massacre|
A stroll down memory lane with The Brian Jonestown Massacre
|Casualties of Cool|
Casualties of Cool
What you never knew you needed to hear.
To Be Kind
I'm just a little boy!
Kishi Bashi continues to tear down musical conventions in all the righght ways.
I Never Learn
Tears melt ice
Somber soundscapes and lush melodies: a vivid Fennesz experience.
The first truly perfect record of the year.
It's Album Time
Give life back to music
Here and Nowhere Else
The best kind of angst
An amazing progressive album that shows haters how great a rock band Chevelle really is.
A U R O R A
From the turbulent launch in 'Flex' to the hectic comedown in 'Sola Fide' and all the tension, exploration and horror in between, A U R O R A is as close to an aural feature full-length you'll ever get.
|Animals As Leaders|
The Joy of Motion
A modern freerunning landscape complete with scenic vistas, complex obstacles, and luxurious rest stops that ensure you’ll frequent the course
Join our sad tears and dance on the blackened bones of gods.
|The War on Drugs|
Lost in the Dream
I'm in my finest hour