Usher’s foray into the booming trap scene comes via a collaborative LP with Zaytoven.
The band’s first album for Polyvinyl Records arrives as a surprise release.
Featuring a soulful remix of “Home Alone” and a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Only a Hobo”.
The New Zealand rockers try their hand at experimental jazz with an impromptu instrumental album dropping in October.
The album’s artwork is a homage to Beastie Boys’ classic Licensed to Ill.
Elverum has reconvened with Karl Blau and Bret Lunsford (Beat Happening) as new album as D+, their first such effort in 10 years.
DJ/producer Kieran Hebden follows last fall’s New Energy with a live LP.
Recorded while the pop artist was pregnant with twins.
The nine-track LP marks the couple’s first-ever collaborative album.
The follow-up to 2016’s More Rain has come out of nowhere and features Jim James
Love Is For Losers spans 11 tracks clocking in at 32 minutes, plus there’s a video for the album’s title track.
Stoner metal legends return with their Dopesmoker follow-up just in time for 4/20.