Jockstrap’s experimental pop makes their debut I Love You Jennifer a bewildering yet rewarding listen. Jockstrap play with expectations to keep listeners on their toes.
Canadian dream popsters Living Hour capture grief with sluggish tempos, minor key chord progressions, and numbing moments of disassociation on Someday Is Today.
Their first LP for Sub Pop, Built to Spill’s When the Wind Forgets Your Name ends a seven-year vacancy of original, guitar-tempered indie rock.
Wombo create their dark moods on Fairy Rust by channeling the best qualities of some of the most important and influential acts of the 20th century.
Okzharp’s Outside the Ride is a mesmerizing collection of songs, electronic music with dense layers and complex rhythms that evoke a moody, futuristic world.
With 2000 Joey Bada$$ proves he’s just as sharp as he was when he first stepped into the rap game. He offers smart social commentary on American gun violence.
On Kal Marks’ My Name Is Hell the vocal production is cleaner with the band’s new line-up, capturing the dynamic between Shane’s nonchalant singing and vocal cord-tearing screams.