Kim Gordon's latest project is pretty much what you'd expect from a Sonic Youth alum.
With melodramatic orchestral flourishes and moody, winding synth detours, "Solitude" wears its cinematic ambitions on its sleeve.
A sloppy, drugged-out hip-hop bacchanalia, "Go (Gas)" is a no-frills collaboration between some of rap's heaviest hitters.
Jameszoo proves himself on this song to be as eccentric as Flying Lotus and as groovy as Thundercat.
Credit goes to Four Tet, who's gone from cut-n-splice folktronica go-to, to a grade-A dance and indie remixer.
Resembling an amalgam of future-funk and experimental jazz, "Heavy Artillery" follows Lizzy Parks' sultry vocal performance through a contracting fog of electronic whirrings and lounge-room bass.
Producer Rain Man's new single "Bring Back the Summer" featuring Oly is a massive earworm.
The killer melody, punkish urgency, and lyrical relevance make this the track to hear and video to see for 2016.
Back with their first album in six years, the Posies are the power-popsters who make it all seem easy.
Terrifying, brutal, crushing, squalls of dark sound come howling at you, tearing down walls and most semblances of sanity as the simple electro pads do their best to try and keep some semblance of sanity.