|Run the Jewels|
Run the Jewels 2
Big up, big up, it's a stick up, stick up.
One of the most fascinating things about Taylor Swift is that she's always been herself, no matter what stylistic changes she goes through. Even though her well of influences has been a deep one, her distinct brand
Often lovely, though Devotion is better
Bloom and Breathe
See the light.
I Forget Where We Were
Has the world gone mad, or is it me?
Why fear death when it is this enjoyable?
Lo-Pan remain in strong form on their fourth album, performing heavy rock that's at once infectious and distinctly ambitious.
A madness most discreet.
The triumphant return of the father of modern electronic music after 13 long years is definitely worth the wait.
An impressive debut that explores the darker side of atmospheric neofolk.
A new animal, a new work of art.
Don't tell me to listen to your song because it isn't the same
Pop That Pretty Thirty
Three great new tracks ! Rabbit Junk are you kidding ? We're starving !
|Cymbals Eat Guitars|
Got no serotonin left/Signed away your right to be forgotten
More Wolfmother than any other garage rock pioneer band you can think of.
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 where most of the minds in the current hip-hop scene 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
Purely stunning as a musical piece, emotionally cathartic, and perhaps the most impressive album of 2014.