Revealing a shift from her last projects, Cabral seems to fully embrace the baroque pop genre in The Turning Wheel. This is a record filled with orchestral instruments generating intersecting melodies, featuring emotion-evoking, and striking breathy vocals on top of triumphant melodies.
black midi's second record shows the English rock band going even bolder on their sound: their lyrics are more elaborate, their sound more visionary, and the full package seems prettier and deeper.
Squid’s debut record, Bright Green Field, shows that the British band has a lot of potential, delivering symbolic lyrics alongside bold sounds.
On their fourth album, Detroid-formed The Armed seems to regress to their early career stage, delivering a total amateur record.
Although on their new album they are still able to scare their listeners with creepy crescendo and synthesizers, Godspeed You! Black Emperor's G_d’s Pee AT STATE’S END! doesn't show anything that hasn't been done before.
Josiah Wise's second studio album demonstrates that the New York-based singer is in better clouds, singing about affection and Black gay love through bold and ambitious songs.
On his debut album, the Ghanaian-Australian rapper delivers deep lyrics about depression and strong social and political criticism, in addition to showing a bold and catchy sound.
Nick Cave and Warren Ellis' first non-soundtrack album is grand, bold and sharp. CARNAGE has the most violent lyrics and the most determined sound in years.
On their fourth album, the experimental group of Hip Hop, clipping., takes all their characteristics and ambitions to a higher level, delivering a responsible, unique and visceral project.
In the new 45-minute track from The Microphones, Phil Elverum returns with sharp, vivid and intimate writing, telling his whole story alongside two guitar chords.
On her fourth studio album, Arca plunges into a sea of disturbed and twisted electronic sounds, however, this is the most accessible music she has ever released.
The second collaborative project by Georgia Ellery and Taylor Skye presents a broader and more promising vision for music, however, it seems to be something not so long-lasting