I Am Easy to Find returns to the dullness of The National's early 2010s output.
Not much of Sli'merre's appeal has to do with Young Nudy.
Gus Dapperton's debut album is a shoddy mix of all the most agreeable sounds to have been popularized in the indie scene over the past decade.
Weezer's Black Album resumes the band's nosedive.
Harverd Dropout sounds more refined and slicker than its self-titled predecessor, but is all the worse for it.
Bawskee 2 sounds like something a South Florida rapper would've uploaded to Soundcloud two years ago.
Gallipoli lacks the romance and wonder that made Beirut great in the first place.
Soap&Skin's first album in six years is sadly marred by awkward additional instrumentation and songwriting that's lackluster compared to her previous work.