FKA Twigs’ debut album showcases the UK-based singer’s most coherent songs yet; creatively mashing together contemporary R&B with art pop and experimental hip hop-style production.
Chicago MC Mick Jenkins drops a verbose and water-themed mixtape.
Despite this being the commercial debut of this New York hip hop duo, the Underachievers are sounding a bit rougher than they did on their breakthrough tape Indigoism.
Otis Brown III’s debut is a tight, tasteful jazz offering.
Porter Robinson’s full-length debut molds the sounds of indie pop for an EDM palate.
PartyNextDoor’s sophomore release is yet another piece of bottom-barrel R&B.
Once again, Spoon comes through with a solid, catchy, enjoyable rock record.
Famed songstress Jenny Lewis drops her most commercial effort yet with The Voyager.
Mellowhype’s latest project shows an enjoyable increase in technical skill since their last full-length affair–even if the end the result is sort of generic.
Japan’s Kyary Pamyu Pamyu delivers another collection of absolutely adorable pop singles on this latest LP of hers.