If you have a relatively high threshold for lo-fi recordings, you should find Come in to be one of the year's most creative and impassioned rock albums.
Vivian Girls' first album in almost a decade is their most abrasive yet.
Sleater-Kinney tries new things throughout The Center Won't Hold and, more often than not, they don't pan out.
Immunity is at its best when Clairo manages to find power in simplicity and subtlety, which happens only some of the time.
David Berman's wryly depressive (or depressively wry) songwriting seems to have only gotten sharper during his decade away from music.
In League with Dragons is missing just about everything that has made past Mountain Goats albums so great.
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.