Not much of Sli'merre's appeal has to do with Young Nudy.
Mac DeMarco pares his songwriting down to something more minimal on Here Comes the Cowboy, losing a lot of personality along the way.
A Quiet Farwell is an inventive and consistently stimulating collage of underground hip hop and various strands of abstract music.
Anger Management finds Rico Nasty continuing to be one of the boldest voices in the current rap landscape, but the project's brevity is unfortunately to its detriment.
The Light Is Leaving Us All might not be particularly strange or unique in the grand scheme of Current 93's extensive discography, but it's nevertheless a lovely return to the band's neofolk sound.
Noname's music has only gotten even more gorgeous and charming since her breakthrough mixtape Telefone.
With its well executed concept, tight sequencing, and top-notch production from Animoss, Orpheus vs. the Sirens is probably the best album with which to introduce someone to the work of Ka.
Clear Tamei and Steel Mogu deepen the sound and lore of Iglooghost, though hopefully his next full-length album will do so to a greater extent.