Planet Giza jump between harder hip-hop and slinky funk without compromising their uniqueness.
Ought continues to clean up their sound with a generally less jittery overarching feeling while fleshing out the more tender emotions.
The Boston-bred, Pixies-spin-off alt-rock band returns with their first album in a decade.
With raunchy punchlines that would make Too $hort blush, Ephorize is not for everybody.
Tune-Yards remains in a charismatic niche all its own.
This record has an extra layer of inspiration: the idea of a rogue marching band, and the Detroit Youth Choir.
Songwriter Aaron Maine’s comforting intimacy again shines.
Long live the Smiths, but Morrissey is dead.
A cacophony of cut up voices screaming for release from captivity.
This release sees the English electronic musician’s acoustic side ruminating in ambient space.