Chicago XX is an absolute must for long-time fans and not a bad start for those curious about Cheer-Accident.
Parachute For Gordo's new LP, Best Understood By Children and Animals, diverges from the band's art-punk past. The result is an enthralling, throbbing, and incredibly percussion-driven document.
Revered experimental Japanese noise/punk/jazz band, OOIOO are back with a typically intense and brilliant new album, nijimusi.
Like their namesake, Black Midi are a restless, unstoppable force that push their members and listeners to their limits in Schlagenheim.
Fans CHON's previous work—as well as instrumental rock in a broader sense—will surely find plenty to enjoy about Chon. Just don't expect anything especially diverse or daring along the way.
The slow motion success story of a '90s college band from Urbana, Illinois, takes another unlikely turn with American Football (LP3).
Norwegian quartet Pom Poko's debut Birthday is a stunning, mind-blowing mix of monster riffs and sweet melodies.
Death and the Penguin's debut album Anomie mixes different strains of instrument-oriented rock, particularly math and progressive, with an ear for hooks.
All relationships, whether romantic or otherwise, are full of peaks and valleys. Orchards figure might as well put a bright backdrop on the whole thing.
London's Death and the Penguin showcases equally refined songwriting and playing on this selection from their debut LP, Anomie.
Artificial Selection is a fine addition to not only the Dance Gavin Dance catalog but the entire stylistic landscape to which it belongs.
Ricarda Cometa Combines Latin, African and Asian Influences With Noise, Math Rock on 'Ricarda Cometa 2' (album stream)
Argentine-Peruvian duo Ricarda Cometa prepares for a European tour with the release of a new album filled with adventure, Ricarda Cometa 2.
Directed by Umphrey's McGee's light designer, Jefferson Waful, "Forks" is a blast into the future following the events of a spectacular solar flare.
On its fifth studio LP, And So I Watch You From Afar re-centers its musical approach on instrumental gymnastics, with added emotional warmth to boot.