Run the Jewels is one of the best hip-hop groups of the 2010s, and "Love Again" is one of their best songs yet.
"Born Slippy" remains one of Underworld's most mesmerizing and uplifting slices of electronica
"Die Schallplatte" takes the most basic elements of Kraftwerkian synthpop and integrates them into a strobe light-mimicking exercise in dancefloor hypnosis.
"For What It's Worth" is an atmospheric R&B slow jam that seems to be on the verge of a self-destructive nervous breakdown
Grand Rapids-based multi-instrumentalist blends lounge jazz, hip hop beats, and electronica in new tune.
Imbued with ghosts and memories, Shadows delves deeper into Jeremy Squires' brand of mountain folk.
Porch Light" dovetails folk-ballad moodiness with bustling bluegrass energy.
"Heart of a Dog" is a chugging roots-punk stomper that showcases Alison Mosshart's charred, vindictive, and cyanide-laced vocal acuities.
Beth Orton adopts the synth-centric instrumentation and airy melodic sensibility of '80s pop on "1973".
Bas' recent album, Too High to Riot, is a decent, laid back hip-hop album, and "Matches" is a prime example of that.