While Code Orange’s latest album might feature producer Kurt Ballou’s most crushing production yet, the band hasn’t done much to advance their writing or songcraft.
Nick Zammuto follows his self-titled 2012 album up with a more subtle winter record.
Ty Segall’s latest album is one of his most methodically assembled releases yet.
TX rapper, producer, and songwriter Travis $cott delivers a mixtape that’s only marginally better than his previous effort, Owl Pharaoh.
From shrill synths to lackluster vocal guests, the new Rustie album does little to live up to its predecessor.
Raury’s Indigo Child fuses hip hop and pop-flavored indie folk in the blandest way possible.
Pallbearer’s latest full-length draw out a lot of the same sounds and themes that played through the band’s debut album.