Immunity is at its best when Clairo manages to find power in simplicity and subtlety, which happens only some of the time.
Case Study 01 sounds much less polished and labored over than Freudian—perhaps in an attempt to catch lightning in a bottle—but, more often than not, the results are less than electric.
Bombastic production isn't enough to save Help Us Stranger's often shabby songwriting.
Gold & Grey's awful production overshadows its handful of songwriting peaks.
Holly Herndon’s new album is partially aided by A.I. and features some creative, futuristic art pop pieces, but there are plenty of half-baked experiments as well.
Flamagra mostly sounds like a hodgepodge of ideas FlyLo has already explored on previous efforts, and what surprises it does bring are hit-and-miss.
Rammstein's first studio album in 10 years falls apart after a promising first leg.
U.F.O.F. is mostly listenable—if a bit derivative—indie folk with a few flashes of brilliance sprinkled throughout the tracklist.