At over 90 minutes, Lil B's "first official mixtape" is chock-full of freewheeling, creative highs; as well as lows that range from mundane to annoying.
The future of emo is looking bleak...for the wrong reasons.
Richard Dawson's sprawling and rustic tunes bring back a sense of olde English folklore and mysticism that isn't often heard in contemporary music.
Following up on its predecessor's sense of urgency, who told you to think??!!?!?!?! is another thought-provoking abstract hip hop album under milo's belt.
On Rainbow, Kesha artfully reinvents herself without losing the fun, wild energy that made her such an appealing pop figure in the first place.
Despite faltering in its third act, Savage Sinusoid is so far Igorrr's most palatable blend of breakcore, metal, and baroque sounds.
Primus harkens back to their Frizzle Fry days with the toned-down yet musically inventive title track from their upcoming album, The Desaturating Seven. Above you can see the colorful lyric video for an otherwise dark tale of greedy, menacing oligarchs. The album will be released September 29 via ATO.
Iglooghost continues to be one of the most imaginative electronic music producers in the game with "Bug Thief," probably the closest aural analog to watching an episode of Adventure Time there's ever been. The track is off Neō Wax Bloom, the full-length Brainfeeder debut I've been waiting to hear from him for years - finally dropping September 29.