Apart from a few bright spots, I can feel you creep contains Tune-Yards' most uninteresting and obnoxious material to date.
Beck's latest album explores the bland limits of unoriginal, sanitized, millennial pop.
Despite its promising singles, Wonderful Wonderful fails to come together as a cohesive artistic statement and really falls apart in the home stretch.
New York indietronic legends LCD Soundsystem return with a tepid set of songs with washed out mixes and lackluster lyrics.
The latest Everything Everything album finds the UK art pop outfit taking their songwriting in a moodier and somewhat more conventional direction.
Everything Now finds Arcade Fire making a bolder and tighter move in a dance music direction than on Reflektor, but unfortunately it's even more of a mixed bag.
The Killers have a new album on the way titled Wonderful Wonderful, and this latest single is a peppy piece of post-punk revivalism that I'm pleasantly surprised to say lives up to that title. The album drops September 22 via Island.
After Laughter, Paramore's first album in four years, finds the pop punk band going through a synthpop metamorphosis.