Bringing together elements of folk, blues, experimental rock, and noise, Carla Bozulich makes one of the most unorthodox singer-songwriter records you’ll hear this year.
Mastodon comes through with a new single that pleases and pummels. I’m definitely digging it more than most of what I heard on the Hunter a few years ago.
The new single from George Lewis Jr., a.k.a. Twin Shadow, is pure power ballad mimicry. You might dig it if, you know, you’re into that sorta thing.
Toronto’s Thantifaxath have come through with one of the most ferocious, explosive, and well-recorded black metal records you’re sure to hear this year. There’s a slight prog rock tinge to the songwriting, too.
Illinois rapper Lil Herb seems to be the hotly anticipated lyrical messiah to come out of the currently hot Chicago drill scene.
Lana Del Rey drops a new single in promotion of her forthcoming album Ultraviolence.
This sophomore LP from Brisbane band IDYLLS is one of the most twisted, extreme records I’ve come across this year.