Your prayers have been answered — sort of.
The UK producer’s singles collection bends desire as easily as it bends waveforms.
Exceptionally well engineered and cavernous, Deerhoof’s first live album captures the frenzied energy of their concerts.
As expected, Dave Grohl & co. work best when they take it easy.
A thorough and soul-bearing exploration of the music that made Danzig Danzig.
GOOD Music associate’s debut LP falls short of its groundbreaking goals.
Though wounded by a sputtering B-side, the pop star’s latest extends her reign.
Brooklyn art punks jump off the experimental deep end on their Rough Trade debut.
Back from left field, the detail-oriented gangster rapper delivers his most mature album.
More of the same from the godfathers of gore metal.
Tyrone William Griffin, Jr. balances clubbing with a bit of soul.
PC Music associate’s major label debut eases up on the collective’s signature irreverence for something more accessible.
Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.
Join 4,944 other followers