An expanded edition that offers poetic drama from beginning to end.
Nerdy, asthmatic, expulsive, and self-critical songs.
Feelings of flying through different cultures.
An album that doesn't hold back.
A refreshing balance of accessible and experimental that will help propel rock music forward.
Dios mio! It’s not Dio.
A survivor returns with a statement of rebirth.
With a lot to live up to, the artist delivers.
Each song is built around a strong core while everything else moves around it specific ways.
A second album that is both intriguing and complicated.
Thou shalt dance.
A spectacular manifestation of channeled trauma.
Candy Paint brings about summer freedom.
A fantastic psychedelic journey that brings the 60's to the present.
This funk album doesn't hit quite right, but it still a decent listen.
This industrial rock EP is a small yet inventive package.
All killer and no filler... with one exception.
Enigmatic and dark, this project invites you in.
Son Volt's latest finds them chewing on memorable melodies.
In looking back, have the National gone forward?
This short album is a wild ride, full of highs and lows.
How the UK star followed his six year break from music.
Bonobo switches it up on this album, combining elements of house music with ethereal sounds from nature.
A treasure trove of memories.
The pop princess returns.