Second LP in the last seven days features The Weeknd and Rihanna.
Sixth LP serves as the UK outfit’s first in more than three years.
Third studio effort features Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Flying Lotus, and more.
Jason Lytle’s alternative rock band finally follows up 2006’s Just Like the Fambly Cat.
Seventh LP finds David Longstreth turning “struggles with loneliness and heartbreak into glitchy dance music.”
Los Angeles and Austin-based production pair blend cinematic synth music with modern pop.
Featuring contributions from Purity Ring and Preoccupations, along with three new songs.
“Classic Man” rapper-singer teams up with Janelle Monáe on the 14-track effort.
Omar Rodríguez-López, Teri Gender Bender, Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover join forces.
Genre-blending indie punks return with their Debt follow-up.
Featuring Pusha T, Moses Sumney, and Glass Animals.
17 new trap anthems to bump in your whip.