Xiu Xiu delivers what might be its most adventurous and harrowing album to date... which is saying a lot.
Kai Whiston's debut album introduces him as one of the most promising up-and-comers in the blooming deconstructed club genre.
For as enjoyable as many of them are, Yves Tumor's pop tunes and comparatively experimental soundscapes don't really reinforce one another on Safe in the Hands of Love.
Though structurally jarring, SOPHIE's full-length debut is an unforgettable and potentially DNA-altering pop album.
Age Of is abstract ear candy at its highest points, but is ultimately Oneohtrix Point Never's least realized album in some time. The vocal tracks in the front half are particularly an Achilles' heel.
Utopia is one of Björk's most majestic and revealing albums yet, but it's also her most bloated and unkempt.
Liars' TFCF is one of the band's most isolated, tedious, and disappointing releases yet.
Alice Glass brings back the original appeal and energy of Crystal Castles and comes into her own as a solo artist with this self-titled debut EP.