Andy Stott – Faith in Strangers

Andy Stott explores more electornic subgenres on his latest full-length release.

Mr. Oizo – The Church

Mr. Oizo’s new album for Brainfeeder Records takes on a punchier, more West Coast sound.

TV on the Radio – Seeds

TV On The Radio returns with a slightly more electronic sound on Seeds.

I Am Your Destruction – Self-Titled

The new IAYD record brings together 8-bit synth timbres and with the kinds of “drops” popular in present-day EDM.

Sterilizer – Self-Titled

With Sterilizer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Brandon Duncan explores some incredibly harsh industrial metal.

Ariel Pink – pom pom

Pop’s biggest oddball comes through with his strongest set of songs since the 00s.

iamamiwhoami – Blue

iamamiwhoami returns with her sophomore album, Blue.

YUNOREVIEW: NOVEMBER 2014

The magical monthly segment where I briefly touch down on a gauntlet of albums I didn’t get a chance to review this past month. These are just my short, straightforward, passionate, biased opinions.

These are the albums I touch down on:
Killjoy Club – Reindeer Games
Grouper – Ruins
Wiley – Snakes & Ladders
This Will Destroy You – Another Language
Cannibal Corpse – A Skeletal Domain
Gerard Way – Hesitant Alien
Twin Peaks – Wild Onion
Nachtmystium – The World We Left Behind
At The Gates – At War With Reality
The Contortionist – Language
Jessie Ware – Tough Love

Dean Blunt – Black Metal

UK singer-songwriter and musical oddball Dean Blunt releases an album that’s difficult to put into words. While simple in composition and sloppy in execution, the album still manages to draw up some real feelings of isolation, melancholy, and frustration.

Pianos Become the Teeth – Keep You

Pianos Become the Teeth deliver a terrifyingly bland followup to 2011′s The Lack Long After.