With 36 Seasons, Ghostface Killah tries to recreate the same narrative-based formula he worked with on his last album, but with only a portion of the appeal.
Fusing surf rock, horror punk, and lo-fi garage, the new Wytches album is an electrifying experience.
Shady Records celebrates its 15-year anniversary with a compilation of hits and new material.
Clark heads back into familiar territory on his new self-titled album.
Full of Hell collaborates with Japanese noise figurehead Merzbow on their latest album.
Andy Stott explores more electornic subgenres on his latest full-length release.
Mr. Oizo’s new album for Brainfeeder Records takes on a punchier, more West Coast sound.
TV On The Radio returns with a slightly more electronic sound on Seeds.
The new IAYD record brings together 8-bit synth timbres and with the kinds of “drops” popular in present-day EDM.