Caribou’s latest record is a bit of a concept album about the ups and downs of love.
For his sophomore album, electronic music producer SBTRKT brings on more guests, more experiments, but somehow ends up with a less enjoyable album.
Danish post-punkers Iceage plow into the field of love with full force, backing up their longest set of songs yet with pianos, strings, and horns.
The new Shellac album is decent, but falls disappointingly short of the reaction “Dude, incredible!”
Thom Yorke’s latest solo endeavor has an interesting aesthetic, but the appeal of these tracks doesn’t extend too far beyond that.
On Perfume Genius’ third album, singer-songwriter Mike Hadreas uplifts his emotionally charged piano dirges with even more backing instrumentation.
After an odd fourth album, Interpol returns to form with an incredibly safe record on El Pintor.
Fusing psychedelic pop, noise rock, lo-fi, and synth punk, this Julian Casablancas side-project is incredibly dense, diverse, and fun.
Hellfyre Club’s freshest, youngest face releases his first official full-length. Also, kudos on referencing my favorite Silver Jews song.