Deadmau5′ new, double album showcases much more finesse and maturity than his past releases. His usual house bangers are dark, textured. Meanwhile, much of the second disc feels like it was inspired by some in-depth listens to a film score or two.
Sia drums up some classy and tasteful radio-ready hits on her most commercial album yet.
Yeah, I know I’m late on this, but I’ve been spending so much downtime listening to this peppy, upbeat hip hop EP from Brazil’s Pearls Negras that I had to give it a mention
The new Sunny Day In Glasgow record is riddled with messy imperfections, but it’s also one of the most creatively produced shoegaze and noise pop albums in the last few years.