Even though it leaves me starving for more, Timber Timbre’s latest record features some of the best tracks and instrumentation to ever come out of this project.
White Hinterland’s third album is the most instrumentally complex thing I’ve heard this project deliver thus far. Not only that but mastermind Casey Dienel’s voice is sounding better than ever between all of these power piano ballads and dense, soulful art pop tunes.
Danish electropop artist Mø’s comes through with a relatively solid debut LP, featuring some spectacular hooks, impressive singing, and decent production.
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Hellfyre Club founder Nocando releases his first album since his label unleashed its Dorner vs. Tookie mixtape last year.
A group of brief reviews I wished I had the time to touch down on in a full video this past month. Sorry I didn’t get to them in a formal review, but I’m just gonna talk about them all in brief here. While I didn’t dig a lot of these releases, I hope you. Look into whatever descriptions most interest you.
Here’s the list of albums addressed in the video:
Black Lips – Underneath The Rainbow(s)
Vince Staples – Shyne Coldchain Vol. 2
Kid Cudi – Satellite Flight
Eagulls – Eagulls
The Men – Tomorrow’s Hits
Cyhi The Prynce – Hystori
Mantar – Death By Burning
Chimurenga Renaissance – rize vadzimu rize
Foster The People – Supermodel
The Body – I Shall Die Here
Black MIlk – Glitches In the Break
Perfect Pussy – Say Yes To Love
Animals As Leaders – The Joy of Motion
The Hold Steady – Teeth
After a decade-long hiatus, one of the most hardcore acts in New York hop hop return with a new album that’s backed with some solid boom bap production from Snowgoons.
Wild Beast’s latest LP might be their most electronic yet, but the band still remains the same at their core.
Experimental music outfit Liars continue their foray into electronic music with a series of incredibly bold, heavy tech house fusions.
Famed dubstep producer Skrillex finally drops a full-length record.