Fishing for Fishies is a fun and eco-friendly boogie rock odyssey.
Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? is hands-down the blandest entry in Deerhunter's discography.
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.
On Sex & Food, UMO try to convey significant political messages via an inconsequential bedroom pop sound.
With In a Poem Unlimited, U.S. Girls delivers what is sure to be one of the year's most versatile and lyrically intriguing pop albums.
NY pop duo MGMT executes a fantastic return to form with the sounds of synth pop on Little Dark Age.
Though not stylistically consistent, Gumboot Soup is one of the strongest batches of songs King Gizzard put out in 2017.
4 years after Beach Fossils' great sophomore album Clash the Truth, the Brooklyn band has returned with their most lavish effort yet. I can still commend the band for not shamelessly trend-chasing like many of their dreamy, jangly contemporaries, but unfortunately the pastiche of '60s pop sounds they serve up here isn't enough to distract from some pretty bland songwriting.