Holly Herndon’s new album is partially aided by A.I. and features some creative, futuristic art pop pieces, but there are plenty of half-baked experiments as well.
I Am Easy to Find returns to the dullness of The National's early 2010s output.
U.F.O.F. is mostly listenable—if a bit derivative—indie folk with a few flashes of brilliance sprinkled throughout the tracklist.
Gallipoli lacks the romance and wonder that made Beirut great in the first place.
Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? is hands-down the blandest entry in Deerhunter's discography.
The Lemon Twigs released their debut album Do Hollywood via 4AD back in 2016, following it up with the Brothers of Destruction EP last year. Now the Long Island band of brothers is working on a sophomore album and has released two new singles titled “Foolin’ Around” and “Tailor Made.”
The duo has stuck strong to their '60s revivalist sound, which is more palpable than ever on these new singles. The vocal harmonies on “Tailor Made” in particular evoke the Eagles, and nearly every element of both tracks owes a lot to The Beatles. But as much as The Lemon Twigs wear their classic influences on their sleeves, this pair of tracks has a charm of its own, maybe owing to the eccentric take on the tried-and-true theme of infidelity.
With In a Poem Unlimited, U.S. Girls delivers what is sure to be one of the year's most versatile and lyrically intriguing pop albums.
Apart from a few bright spots, I can feel you creep contains Tune-Yards' most uninteresting and obnoxious material to date.