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.
Despite being bookended by a few awkward detours, Assume Form contains James Blake's best writing and production since the earlier part of this decade.
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.
A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships is bolder in theme and aesthetic than The 1975's previous albums, but not all of the band's risks pan out.
Rosalía makes a fantastic transition into modern pop aesthetics without sacrificing her flamenco roots.
Aviary allows patient listeners an opportunity to sink into the depths of pure beauty.