i,i is in a sense a refinement of 22, A Million's innovations, but Justin Vernon still doesn't seem particularly interested in tying up his songs' loose ends.
The Sailor is by turns impressive and disheveled in its combination of so many rap and pop music styles.
Return to Center finds Kirin J. Callinan putting a unique and hilarious spin on the covers album, somehow resulting in his most effective character portrait yet.
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.
Now that it’s officially out, Anthony revisits Jai Paul’s coveted demo project that originally leaked in 2013.
Weyes Blood comes through with an immaculately produced and performed baroque pop album in Titanic Rising.
With Mazy Fly, Spellling stands out as one of Sacred Bones' most exciting musical prospects.
Xiu Xiu delivers what might be its most adventurous and harrowing album to date... which is saying a lot.