Digital — but not heartless.
Foxx leaves listeners with memorable hooks and impressive sonics but little info about his life.
Twisted riffage and extended solos for the diehards, but also the flaws that left the genre dry years ago.
Maya Jane Coles dives into dubstep without compromising her house roots.
Nick Thorburn’s solo record is half trippy synthpop and half moody IDM, but neither half quite fills out.
The Oregon duo recorded as much as possible for their self-titled LP, but it’s hard to tell the results apart.
On their third LP, the psych rockers take on the bruises of love with disco and funk.
Quit multitasking for half an hour and give this evocative instrumental offering your undivided attention.
La Luz frontwoman branches out with some success.
Dominick Fernow feels your pain.
Old and new sounds meet on the Queens rapper’s intuitive mixtape.
While some Vegas glitter always finds its way into the Killers, this solo outing is a sparkle explosion.
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