Beck’s Odelay is 25 years old. It remains unique with the mighty combination of Beck and the Dust Brothers resulting in some fascinating music.
Danny Elfman’s Big Mess sounds like a buzzing, pounding collection of white noise punctuated by occasional bursts of interesting string themes and downtempo.
Porter Robinson’s ear for melody and his willingness to occasionally undermine those melodies with glitchy electronic sounds make for an engaging record.
Primus’ Sailing the Seas of Cheese established a template for how a band could achieve both a large, passionate fanbase and a modicum of mainstream success.
With a decade of experience under her belt, BONZIE’s Reincarnation is a collection of self-assured, low-key pop songs that encompass a wide stylistic range.
The Pale White answer the question, “What if Josh Homme from Queens of the Stone Age had been raised on hard rock and Britpop instead of hard rock and blues?”
Stretch Panic’s Glitter and Gore is a delightful romp through all manner of spooky subjects. Vampires, witches, and zombies get their time in the spotlight, and it’s set to upbeat, catchy rock.