L.A.’s Jason Chung configures moods and dives into rap, soul, and Massive Attack-ed R&B.
Connecting with a brutal sense of honesty, Hop Along’s latest alt-rock opus is a compelling listen.
Ben Schneider and co. introduce an aesthetic that will hold you in a state of wanderlust.
The Sydney producer goes for broke on her debut and presents a dynamic LP for the warehouses.
Bam Bam’s major label debut is an offbeat effort that uses narratives to paint something real.
Megan James and Corin Roddick’s sophomore LP is a paralyzing example of depth/staying power.
On his third LP, Big Sean taps into a raw version of himself and presents his best work to date.
The New Yorker’s debut is reflective and jarring but its cathartic orchestration is just brilliant.
BBNG & Tone’s collab project stays animated as a numbing experiment that’s far from ordinary.
Damien Rice’s third studio effort is stifled by heartache, but the craft and outpour of honesty make it a true marvel.
Taking his adventurous side up a notch, Chaz Bundick’s debut album as Les Sins is an unpredictable headrush.
Flexing a new take on Bronx-aged punk, Single Mothers’ long-awaited debut is an infection you can’t scrub off.