Return to Center finds Kirin J. Callinan putting a unique and hilarious spin on the covers album, somehow resulting in his most effective character portrait yet.
Blood Orange's latest is a dreamy, sensual, and holistic album with a message.
Despite Louis unapologetically wearing his influences on his sleeve, Time is a solid addition to the Brainfeeder catalog.
“Flower of the Universe” is British soul singer Sade’s first new release since her 2010 album Soldier of Love. The song was written for the A Wrinkle in Time OST, which also features contributions from the likes of DJ Khaled, Sia, and Kehlani. A remix of the song by legendary producer No I.D. was also released.
The original version of the song features piano, plucked guitar, and orchestral elements accompanying Sade’s beautiful layered vocals. For the remix, No I.D. puts the preexisting instrumentation and background vocals lower in the mix, and adds slow, steady percussion in his signature tight, crisp style.
Destroyer's latest record is an awkward helping of new wave pastiche.
Timber Timbre has bounced back from the disappointingly synthetic Sincerely, Future Pollution with "Les Egouts," a bilingual loosey that brings back the moody noir aesthetic that I find so alluring about the band.
The Haim sisters return with a front-loaded sophomore album.
Sincerely, Future Pollution finds Timber Timbre taking their sound in a more synthetic direction without conjuring the mood that made their past couple of albums so alluring.