The Bug – Angels & Devils

The Bug delivers a new album that reads more like two decent EPs.

Blonde Redhead – Barragán

While some tracks on this surprisingly minimal Blonde Redhead album are great, others feel like the famed indie pop trio just isn’t trying, like, at all.

Opeth – Pale Communion

Opeth serves up another piece of progressive rock nostalgia.

Code Orange – I Am King

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.

Zammuto – Anchor

Nick Zammuto follows his self-titled 2012 album up with a more subtle winter record.

Ty Segall – Manipulator

Ty Segall’s latest album is one of his most methodically assembled releases yet.

Travis $cott – Days Before Rodeo

TX rapper, producer, and songwriter Travis $cott delivers a mixtape that’s only marginally better than his previous effort, Owl Pharaoh.

Rustie – Green Language

From shrill synths to lackluster vocal guests, the new Rustie album does little to live up to its predecessor.

Raury – Indigo Child

Raury’s Indigo Child fuses hip hop and pop-flavored indie folk in the blandest way possible.

Pallbearer – Foundations of Burden

Pallbearer’s latest full-length draw out a lot of the same sounds and themes that played through the band’s debut album.