Icelandic singer, songwriter, producer Björk is back with another record, and it’s one filled with romantic heartbreak and whimsical instrumentation.
With what might be his final project with Atlantic Records, Lupe Fiasco releases his most conceptual and headiest album in years, backing these tracks up with an instrumental set that’s a step above what he delivered on his two previous LPs.
Grindcore godfathers Napalm Death prove their lasting power in yet another decade.
Glasgow indie pop veterans Belle and Sebastian release their danciest, punchiest album yet.
New York rapper Joey Bada$$ meets expectations on his commercial debut.
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.