Somehow, the Mississippian/Cats Purring associate has made his debut into a breakout record without the cheese.
Giving up on the duo’s ninth release since 1997 would be like leaving the Sistine Chapel after a 30-second tour.
The Portlanders’ Jake Portrait-produced disc is a riff-heavy burst of psych that’s just begging to be unravelled.
Everyone’s growing old but Vampire Weekend’s third LP is a reminder of what it means to be young and modern.
Savages’ debut practically guts the hype around them and drags a knife along the ground to say “Hello”.
The unlikely twosome still fall for covers and pitfalls of repetition, but the overflow of fun is in a league of its own.
Bradford Cox and his gang flip out with shades of Room On Fire, forgotten Decca groups and a very vivid make-up.
Watch Out For Dis: Major Lazer’s latest collection chops up new blends and proves Diplo’s not done educating.
Cudi’s still lost in his own space but his latest solo LP shows his creative methods still burn with a little bit of mojo.
Having created a new world of post-dubstep, Blake’s evolved taste now strikes a balance between man and monster.