House of Sugar is sprinkled with some brilliant and beautiful ideas, but is on the whole marred by an unsatisfying flow, dodgy songwriting, and faint lead vocals.
There are quite a few good ideas on Angel's Pulse; unfortunately they aren't fleshed out enough, nor do they reinforce one another.
Panda Bear’s latest solo outing sees his psychedelic brand of surreal folk submerged under an ocean of cascading delays and nautical vibes.
Aviary allows patient listeners an opportunity to sink into the depths of pure beauty.
Blood Orange's latest is a dreamy, sensual, and holistic album with a message.
Melody Prochet has bounced back with some of the freshest ideas coming out of neo-psych right now.
Back to being a band, Dirty Projectors squanders a fair bit of potential on Lamp Lit Prose.
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.