While Tennessee rapper Isaiah Rashad proves himself as a capable spitter and lyricist on this project, it’s the storytelling, instrumentals, and choruses that are occasionally lackluster.
After two electrifying tapes, Scotland’s Young Fathers come through with a huge sound on this latest album of theirs, Dead. I’m not as crazy about the songs, though.
Actress’ latest album is like a musical sketchbook filled with intimate, personal experiments with techno, house, and more.
Have A Nice Life’s highly anticipated followup to 2008′s Deathconsciousness is a heavy, dismal set of post-punk rockers and drone-y ballads.
Mogwai’s latest album sees the famed (mostly) instrumental rock band incorporating a lot more synths and electronics with some mixed results.
While Against Me! might have a renewed sense of purpose in its focus on transgender topics, the band’s instrumentation hasn’t been exciting since As The Eternal Cowboy.