Chastity’s new release has upped the political charge and melancholy while doubling down on the flow and rhythm seen in his first release.
With time, Hatchie might just establish herself as a mainstay of the shoegaze genre.
PUP’s most recent release embodies the hallmarks of punk – ire, pessimism, and aggression – while adding their own fiery twists.
Cows on Hourglass Pond, Avey Tare’s latest release, is rhythmic, intentional, low-key and very visual.
The Cathedral was well worth the wait and the band is successfully altering the world of post-punk as we know it.
Post Earth displays the band’s quest for rhythm and knack for feelings, intertwining stunning vocals with anger and a dash of melancholy.
Buoys brilliantly breaks Panda Bear’s historic line of story-telling albums and is worth the listen given its boldness and feeling.
Lightning Round is not to be ignored, it manages to incorporate the Bad Bad Hat’s youthful charm with their signature melodies.
The Dandy Warhols have long been dishing out alternative beats, but Why You So Crazy takes on a unique psychedelic quality.
The entirety of the album is relatable, touching on love, life, and the everyday motions that come with it.