Spoon incorporates some strange experiments into their slick indie rock sound.
While In Mind is Real Estate's best-sounding album yet, the band still fails to provide anything beyond the surface of their blissful sound.
Drake achieves auditory indifference with his new "playlist."
Rick Ross takes a more introspective approach on his latest album.
With PACKS, Brooklyn's Your Old Droog continues to flex his lyrical muscles on his most focused album yet.
Brutalism, the debut album by UK five piece IDLES, may not reinvent the punk rock wheel but is loaded with some of the most fiery performances and brutally honest lyrics I've heard in years.
Blanck Mass makes a grand, industrial-flavored return with World Eater.