A Fucked Up side project that’s anything but.
Wisdom and immediacy define the Chicago rapper and producer’s street album.
A satisfying second chapter from the long dormant avant-garde hip-hop duo.
With her solo debut, All Dogs frontwoman Maryn Jones explores the icy corners of her brain.
The duo’s second album cleans up the beats and the lyrics, but holds true to Purity Ring’s signature paradoxes.
Melissa Sweat delivers the best album of her career so far.
Nick Koenig’s debut LP is his most fulfilling and nuanced effort yet.
Chasing Yesterday sounds an awful lot like Gallagher’s past work, which isn’t a bad thing at all.
This indie pop duo doesn’t care about your scene; they just want to be your friends.
The Detroit rapper keeps good company, but doesn’t need it on his most ambitious album yet.
The reunited Oxford shoegazers pick up where they left off 17 years ago.
The Massachusetts guitar rock band runs harder than ever.
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