Face Stabber is perhaps Oh Sees' most ambitious album to date, but its protracted jams wear out their welcome before long.
King Gizzard takes a successful swing at thrash metal on their second album of 2019.
Swain heads in a moodier and relatively low-key direction with Negative Space.
Bombastic production isn't enough to save Help Us Stranger's often shabby songwriting.
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.
Right out of the gate, black midi has crafted one of the decade's most creative rock albums.
I Am Easy to Find returns to the dullness of The National's early 2010s output.
Vampire Weekend embraces quantity over quality on Father of the Bride.