While more worthwhile than Foals' last few albums, this first half of Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost doesn't arouse too much excitement for Part 2.
While much of your enjoyment of Electric Lady Sessions will depend on your enjoyment of American Dream, that material does benefit from the more in-the-moment sound here.
While the trap-goth direction of "Pictures of You" could use some work, this debut EP solidifies HMLTD as one of the most promising post-punk groups out right now.
Destroyer's latest record is an awkward helping of new wave pastiche.
Despite its promising singles, Wonderful Wonderful fails to come together as a cohesive artistic statement and really falls apart in the home stretch.
On his sophomore album, Sydney singer/songwriter Alex Cameron consistently delivers catchy hooks and hilarious lyrics while channeling a soft rock aesthetic.
New York indietronic legends LCD Soundsystem return with a tepid set of songs with washed out mixes and lackluster lyrics.
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.