The times when King's Mouth sounds like classic Flaming Lips partly make up for the album's spotty narrative development and pacing.
Weyes Blood comes through with an immaculately produced and performed baroque pop album in Titanic Rising.
Aviary allows patient listeners an opportunity to sink into the depths of pure beauty.
Melody Prochet has bounced back with some of the freshest ideas coming out of neo-psych right now.
alt-J's third album is the UK art pop outfit's most inconsistent yet.
London post-punk act HMLTD has released a video for "Music!", the B-side of last month's fantastic "To the Door" single, and well, please heed the seizure warning. Hopefully a debut album's on the way cause these two songs have been interesting to say the least.
Shape-shifting singer-songwriters Sam France and Jonathan Rado make a triumphant return as Foxygen to deliver their most lavishly orchestrated set of songs yet.
Crying delivers one of the most triumphant, diverse, and instrumentally intricate rock records I've heard this year.