And Nothing Hurt is one of the more low-key albums in the Spiritualized canon.
6LACK continues blending into the background of the alternative R&B field on his sophomore album.
Noname's music has only gotten even more gorgeous and charming since her breakthrough mixtape Telefone.
Collapse is Richard D. James's best release since the return of Aphex Twin.
Zoo's songs, with only a couple of exceptions, range from boring to awful and are further weighed down by Russ's crummy mindset.
For as enjoyable as many of them are, Yves Tumor's pop tunes and comparatively experimental soundscapes don't really reinforce one another on Safe in the Hands of Love.
$uicideBoy$'s debut album delivers a dark and grimy vibe, but the duo hasn't evolved much artistically since they first started turning heads on Soundcloud.
Magus is Thou's best produced album yet and is, like Heathen, admirably ambitious in scope. However, the band's sound still isn't dynamic or enthralling enough to warrant the 75 minute runtime.