With Rocket, Philly singer-songwriter Alex G delivers an album that's a bit more adventurous than his previous effort, but also a lot more inconsistent.
Death Grips teases toward a new album with an intense, high-speed megamix that's bound to land on my year-end EP list.
Poppy has done the Poppiest thing imaginable and created a love song for her computer, and of course there's a video attached to it that has that Poppy aesthetic. We've reached peak levels of Poppy, people. I love it.
Guerilla Toss continues in the direction of catchy and jerky dance-punk with "The String Game," the lead single from their new album GT ULTRA. This'll be the band's second full-length release on DFA Records, with a June 23 street date. The track's quasi-lyric video is pretty cool, featuring an abstract and grimy animation style.
B.o.B makes the corniest B.o.B album yet.
On his sophomore album Compassion, Forest Swords' unique style of dramatic, meditative, and primal ambient dub offers some much needed respite from the trend-chasing nature of modern electronic music.
After Laughter, Paramore's first album in four years, finds the pop punk band going through a synthpop metamorphosis.
Harry Styles' solo debut falls way short of its quality singles. Also HOW IS THERE DAD ROCK ON THIS THING?