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Bringing a whole new meaning to "difficult third album" No Love Deep Web captures Death Grips at their most abrasive and obtuse.
Woods seventh full-length delivers the same quality and consistency we've grown to expect amid some subtle developments.
So it might not be the DOOM collaboration that the world is most anticipating, with the Ghostface Killah collaboration album still little more than a wish, but in 2012 any Daniel Dumile release is an event.
It’s welcome to see music take note of Hitchcock’s old advice to “film your murders like love scenes and film your love scenes like murders”.
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.
Total Dust is the debut full-length from a side project of Holy Fuck’s Brian Borcherdt and producer Leon Taheny. It’s a substantial departure from the former’s day job, being an alternately pretty and gritty electric folk record, ... read more
A slight tradeoff between weirdness and straight-up songwriting still leaves a solid and enjoyable album from Dirty Projectors.
On his second album Twin Shadow crosses the boundary from 80s nostalgia into something more direct, shameless and absolutely compelling.