Maryland trio combine the worlds of late Fugazi and modern emo pop.
With every passing release, Future grows more confident, and more callous.
Portland sci-fi pop outfit bring a new edge to bossa nova and electronic influences.
Doing more with single syllables right now than most rappers do with whole bars.
Aaron Maine focuses in tight on water, waiting, and weed.
Sludgy Seattle punks embrace negative energy on their Sub Pop debut.
Overly slick production and vague lyrics leave uncertainty: “What was so wonderful?”
A strong debut record from Brooklyn DIY darlings.
UK art rockers struggle to find a consistent tone.
Composer Nils Frahm and two lifelong friends let loose on krautrock-tinged jams.
Zachary Cole Smith and co.’s latest falls just short of its grand ambitions.
Quick six-track tape sounds like Chainz is saving the good stuff for his next full-length.
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