The urban sounds of garage rock meet up with some country picking on Handsome Jack's meditation on the differences between the middle of town and the middle of nowhere.
Lee balances this richly textured tale of an immigrant family with scenes of poverty, disrespect, and inhumane conditions endured by Koreans in Japan during WWII.
Scotland's Fatherson blend their characteristic anthemic poignancy with unpredictable, dynamic experimentation on "The Landscape".
Producing one of the most bizarre and intriguing records of the year, Elizabeth Bernholz aka Gazelle Twin, discusses the ethos of her work and sheds light on the essence of her new record Pastoral.
Voivod may be veterans at this point, but with The Wake, they're still providing one-of-a-kind genre-shifting vivaciousness.
It may not be the queer masterpiece that some were expecting, but in this day and age, Troye Sivan's Bloom proves that gay people need not rely on metaphors or "hints" to get their stories across and be accepted by the masses.
Shinichi Atobe, that elusive producer of nautical dub techno, emerges from the depths on his sunniest, most club-friendly release yet, Heat.