Marilyn Manson releases one of his most personal and a intimate records yet with The Pale Emperor.
With redundant instrumentals and forgettable vocal melodies, much of the new Panda Bear record is too drab for words.
Sleater-Kinney is back with a new record after ten years of studio album silence.
Viet Cong picks up the pieces left in the demise of Women, and pulls together some great–but very similar–material on their self-titled release here.
Death Grips builds up to the release of it’s supposedly final album with an LP of instrumentals.
To close out CLASSICS WEEK 2014, we’re diving into one of jazz flute’s biggest touchstones: Roland Kirk’s I Talk with the Spirits.
Kate Bush rules.