Hobo Johnson displays a rare level of vulnerability amid sharp fusions of hip hop, rock, pop, and more.
Swain heads in a moodier and relatively low-key direction with Negative Space.
On 7, Lil Nas X shows some admirable versatility while leaving plenty of room for growth.
Gold & Grey's awful production overshadows its handful of songwriting peaks.
Supermarket is Logic's very own Speedin' Bullet 2 Heaven.
Bring Me the Horizon's blend of pop, electronics, and what remains of their metalcore edge is surprisingly admirable on amo.
Twenty One Pilots take their catchy songwriting, genre blending, and emotional lyricism up a few notches on Trench.
Despite its promising singles, Wonderful Wonderful fails to come together as a cohesive artistic statement and really falls apart in the home stretch.