Light in the Attic comes out with an excellent compilation of old school ambient music from 1980s Japan, an era and location that hasn't gotten enough shine up until this point.
NOW That's What I Call Music! has really outdone itself with this latest installment in the U.S. series.
Head in the Clouds blends into the current wave of trap-flavored pop rap a little too well.
Black Panther The Album boasts compelling production and features, but is let down a bit by the core voices.
In the spirit of Halloween, the Hard Vapour Resistance Front has organized this compilation of the spookiest rave music you'll hear all year. Comprised of almost 50 tracks and exceeding two and a half hours, this thing's certainly not for the faint of heart and is appropriate background music for only the intensest of Halloween parties.
Masterminded by producer Dave Cobb, this compilation brings together some of the best and brightest voices contemporary alternative country has to offer.
Successful producers phone in contributions in order to get checks from the Star Wars franchise.