Fallujah – The Flesh Prevails

Technical death metal band Fallujah delivers its sophomore album.

Shabazz Palaces – Lese Majesty

With more motifs and musical dead-ends than legitimate songs, the new Shabazz Palaces album is suffocated with a surprising amount of filler.

Morrissey – World Peace is None of Your Business

Morrissey’s latest album feels more ideological than it does musical. Which is fine, I guess, if all you care about is what Morrisey thinks.

“Weird Al” Yankovic – Mandatory Fun

“Weird Al” is back and sounding funnier than ever on his most timely and sharp album in years.

“Weird Al” Yankovic – Mandatory Fun

“Weird Al” is back and sounding funnier than ever on his most timely and sharp album in years.

Shlohmo & Jeremih – No More

Versatile producer Shlohmo drops a collaborative EP with singer-songwriter Jeremih.

La Roux – Trouble in Paradise

For her sophomore release, UK pop artist Elly Jackson, a.k.a. La Roux, drops a slightly nostalgic synth pop album about the rockier side of love.

My Brightest Diamond – None More Than You

Singer-songwriter Shara Worden presents an appetizing teaser before the release of her new full-length album.

The Orwells – Disgraceland

Panopticon – Roads to the North

The latest album from Panopticon not only combines black metal with bluegrass and American folk music, but it’s a bonafide musical epic as well.