Sigur Ros change the pace and become musical nomads on their excellent new release.
The latest release from Jimmy Eat World, produced by the incredible Alain Johannes, finds the rock outfit honing their greatest strengths.
Korg makes plenty of keyboards, mixers, soundboards and other music tech. They’re latest gadgets take making music into the micro realm.
ASG make their case for headliner status with a hungry, ambitious album.
A challenging and ultimately highly rewarding journey arrives from Mouth of The Architect.
Deafheaven deliver such an intense spectrum of passion on ‘Sunbather’ that it’s impossible not to be either moved by it, impressed with it, or both.
When a band two decades deep into their career want to change things up, we’d expect a lot more than what’s been done on Construct.
The pomposity of the new Thirty Seconds to Mars album is so grand, the amount of self-importance so epic, it slowly becomes entertaining.
On ‘Scott & Rivers,’ Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo and Scott Murphy of Allister deliver a sugary ode to Japanese pop culture.
To the genre inspired so largely by Daft Punk, ‘RAM’ is an impossibly high new bar, a gauntlet thrown down to the play-button hand-waver DJs.
‘Mind Control’ is a kick ass slice of druggy rock goodness from Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats.
Yacht rock has never been so brightly colored and catchy.
Queens of The Stone Age return with ‘…Like Clockwork,’ a raw and complex masterpiece.
Put simply, the title to the new Fall Out Boy album could not be more misleading.
The latest from Kylesa is a psychedelically engaging expansion of the third eye.
‘Infestissumam’ is about as scary as an episode of Scooby Doo, and just as entertaining. But we love Scooby Doo, so that’s a good thing.
‘Ghost On Ghost’ is both a stroll down memory lane and a giant step forward for the songwriting in Iron and Wine.
If the band is still around in another ten years, people will look at ‘Mosquito’ as a turning point in the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ career.
The Ocean’s latest musical opus is a welcome fix for lovers of complex song structures – but where is the soul?
After a first-listen preview experience, we bring you the run-down on Black Sabbath’s first album with Ozzy in 35 years!