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After a six-year absence, the chamber-pop godheads deliver a sprawling, funky, messy, idiosyncratic, and satisfying double album.
Schoolboy Q’s fifth studio album proves his staying power in hip-hop by showcasing his singularity and his versatility with both lyricism and sounds.
LCD Soundsystem returns with a raucous and energetic release recorded at the legendary Greenwich Village studio.
Almost 15 years into their existence, the globe-hopping indie folk outfit deliver some of their most intricate, subtly brilliant music yet.
The dexterous MC and the Black Moth Super Rainbow ringleader join forces for an exhaustingly fun exploration of physical, mental, and social deterioration.
The London R&B producer uncovers the warm, beating heart under the icy surface of his music on his best, most personal record to date.
The L.A. alt-rapper’s debut full-length highlights his compassion and sincerity, but also his weaknesses as a musician and songwriter.