The times when King's Mouth sounds like classic Flaming Lips partly make up for the album's spotty narrative development and pacing.
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.
Part-man/part-meme Oliver Tree continues to find common ground between pop rock, rap, and electropop.
Immunity is at its best when Clairo manages to find power in simplicity and subtlety, which happens only some of the time.
Flamboyant is a distillment of what has made bubblegum bass so interesting over the past few years, as well as an apt commentary on gender politics.
There are quite a few good ideas on Angel's Pulse; unfortunately they aren't fleshed out enough, nor do they reinforce one another.
Choke is a welcome continuation of the darker themes and genre bending of Am I a Girl?
Ed Sheeran's exploitation of feature culture on No.6 Collaborations Project is second only to DJ Khaled.