Sugary Atlantans should be prepped for EDM festivals galore.
A turn for the diluted, less visceral, and less urgent.
Come for the riffs. Stay for the riffs.
The Wisconsin garage rock duo expand their sound without losing any of their scrappy charm.
Stephen Bruner continues his instrumental prowess, but relies too heavily on vague falsetto pain.
A convergence of funk, electro, and disco as eccentric as its creator.
More fun than a politically charged hardcore album has any right to be.
Boston rock trio make a strong case for “ugly pop” on their debut LP.
Man and machine merge to create a sonic behemoth.
The Australian singer-songwriter cuts to the core of the moment with stumbling sweetness.
The New York sextet’s debut wears its Top 40 and festival slot aspirations on its sleeve.
Los Angeles space rockers return from orbit with first album in 19 years.
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