All Things Lost got into the spirit of giving this week by giving away his least release, Lights EP, for free. With a truly unique blend of sounds and styles, this record never bores while being an incredibly relaxing listening experience.
Packed with the perfect blend of lo-fi, harmonious pop and plenty of wonderfully weird, outlandish moments, Ariel Pink's latest effort, Pom Pom, will keep you entertained and guessing throughout its entirety.
There may not be a song that completely trumps 212, but Azealia Banks' first full length album, Broke With Expensive Taste, is a solid collection of material that proves she has a lot to offer. The anticipation was mostly worth the wait.
The Budos Band released their first full-length album in over four years, and their horn-driven sound is more savage and lusty than ever. Burnt Offering is a great name for the album, because that’s just what it is.
Unravelling, the new album release from We Were Promised Jetpacks, is definitely a great fall album to add to your playlist. It has that contemplative tone and lyrics about the darkness before the light.
Death & Magic by Must Die! is ten tracks of the heaviest, pummeling bass out there right now, fitting in perfectly with the entire OWSLA oeuvre. A little bit brostep, a little bit trap, ALL banging electro.
The official video for the title track of Yelle’s new album, Completement Fou (Completely Crazy) dropped on Youtube and Vevo last night in anticipation of the album’s release today, and it’s a little wacky. Enjoy!
“You’re Dead,” available for purchase/download/steam October 7th, is going to knock people’s socks off. Is this Flying Lotus’ best album? No. But it doesn’t matter how this album compares to his other ones. It’s still a masterpiece.
I think Weezer has finally gotten good at being Weezer, and it’s about time. I was pleasantly surprised to legitimately enjoy most of the songs on their 9th studio album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End.