The level of artistic freedom Trent and Atticus give themselves on the somewhat uneven Bad Witch is more exciting than just about any Nine Inch Nails release since 2008.
Freddie Gibbs' eponymous mixtape mostly finds the rapper spinning his wheels.
Death Grips is online.
For the most part, Rico Nasty's, well, nasty persona is enough to carry this breakthrough album. Just hoping she can show a bit more versatility on future projects.
Though structurally jarring, SOPHIE's full-length debut is an unforgettable and potentially DNA-altering pop album.
On most tracks, not even Kanye's excellent production is enough to save Nasir from Nas himself.
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.