Gruff Rhys' Babelsberg is another superb album from the always distinguished Super Furry Animals frontman.
Artificial Selection is a fine addition to not only the Dance Gavin Dance catalog but the entire stylistic landscape to which it belongs.
Sean Solo evoke Paul Simon, Brian Wilson, Sufjan Stevens, and more on their sunny new record Depth Perception.
The Mountain Carol Will Take You on an Eclectic Journey with 'Starkiller and the Banshees' (album stream)
The Mountain Carol's Starkiller and the Banshees is filled with inventive mixtures that make it easy to recommend for fans of acts like Future Islands and Talking Heads.
South Carolina's Brother Oliver fuses rustic realizations and vibrant voyages on their first single of 2018, "Castles".
Even with its shallow letdowns, Janelle Monáe's Dirty Computer succeeds overall because it mostly delivers the same elements that made the Metropolis lineage soar.
Eleanor Friedberger deserves some applause for remaining characteristic yet experimental on this full-length, but only her most diehard fans will find enough to enjoy here.
The animated alternative rock duo Satellite Citi rebel against cosmic subjugation in this latest video from their debut EP, Negative Space.
The War: Act I is another triumph for the Family Crest, showcasing once again why they equal—if not outdo—just about every one of their stylistic peers.
The opening track from Kindo's upcoming record, Happy However After, is a wonderfully lively and complex ride.
Dutch progressive rock/metal master Arjen Anthony Lucassen offers great humor and humility in reflecting on his Ayreon Universe career celebration.
REW<< once again channels beautifully sparse introspection on this initial peek into his upcoming LP, On the Horns of Our Spheres.
A Productive Cough is remarkably authentic and engrossing, and there's no questioning the level of dedication and skill behind its many bursts of dense boisterousness.
I'll Be Your Girl would stand as a fine but forgettable work on its own, yet when compared to the pedigree of its predecessors, it's quite disappointing.