Spooky, ethereal, and haunting, Chelsea Wolfe crafts a lucid selection of stripped down and visceral songs.
Bob Dylan's 35th studio album brings his latest decade's worth of albums to a higher benchmark and argues contention with being one of his best ever.
The sheer ferocity of the album's opener 'Lunacy' creates the perfect atmosphere for everything following it - the perfect opener for an album of this stature.
Grizzly Bear's highly anticipated album misses the high mark we all were waiting for. Is it bad? No, certainly not. It does introduce us to a new Grizzly Bear.
DIIV's debut album is a light, delectable blend of shoegaze, indie, and dream pop. This album shows you can always have multiple approaches and sound fantastic with all of them.
Henson channels his inner folk artist on 'Dear', yielding breathtaking results.