Richard Dawson outdoes himself with this modernist spiritual successor to 2017's Peasant.
With Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino, Arctic Monkeys aim for an admirably weird space-age lounge sound, but often the execution leaves something to be desired.
Iceage dials down the abrasiveness and theatricality on the still pretty solid Beyondless.
Jack White's Boarding House Reach is his most unorthodox stroke of genius since going solo.
Following the (fraternal) twin lead singles "Leave It in My Dreams" and "QYURRYUS," The Voidz have shared "Pointlessness," the closing track of their sophomore album Virtue. As the title suggests, the song is a bit of a downer in both theme and sonic palette, but judging from this and Tyranny closer "Off to War," it seems the band has a knack for bleak finishers.
Virtue arrives March 30 via Cult / RCA.
King Krule returns with a series of vague, moody musical sketches
Sleep Well Beast is The National's most vibrant and engaging set of songs in years.