The only commendable thing about Red Light is that it'd be almost impossible to parody with a worse sounding version.
This debut collaboration between British singer-songwriter Laura Marling and Tunng co-founder Mike Lindsay delivers some texturally unique folktronica.
The debut album from this Melbourne supergroup is rife with wry political commentary and colorful post-punk arrangements.
More so than Big Ups' two prior albums, Two Parts Together suffers from a serious lack of refreshing ideas.
Backed by production from 9th Wonder and his team, Black Thought comes through with five tracks of STRAIGHT BARS on Streams of Thought, Vol. 1.
The debut album from Philly hip hop artist Tierra Whack is an endearing set of pop rap and alternative R&B miniatures.
Godsmack sounds a whole lot like a born-again Metallica cover band on When Legends Rise.
KIDS SEE GHOSTS finds both Kanye West and Kid Cudi in top form as they host a psychedelic odyssey through the darkest and brightest corners of their psyches.