ANIMA is Thom Yorke's strongest solo or side endeavor since The Eraser.
While more eclectic and adventurous than its predecessor, When I Get Home is let down by some stiff instrumentals and Solange's inexpressive singing.
The recent reissue of Frank Ocean's 2016 video album Endless reveals the music to be every bit as fulfilling as its follow-up, Blonde.
“Parking Lot” is the first single from Grouper’s upcoming album Grid of Points, which will be released on April 27 via Kranky. This will be her first album in four years, following up 2014’s Ruins.
The minimalist song is sonically similar to what appeared on Ruins and creates a hypnotizing atmosphere with its echoing vocals and piano. The song is practically formless and the lyrics are almost indiscernible, but the emphasis is certainly on the aesthetic.
Grouper has also announced a tour that will kick off in Berlin on April 20. There will be a number of European dates as well as a show in Calgary and Arcosanti, Arizona.
Cloud rap sorcerer Yung Lean returns with his most enjoyable and aesthetically mature album to date.
Slowdive's first album in over two decades finds the band's once heavenly wall of sound turning anemic.
Arca's voice is a welcome addition to his otherworldly production style on his self-titled album, but sadly, many of my reservations about his past full-length efforts still stand.
Nicolas Jaar experiments with vocals and a lot more on his latest album, Sirens.