Panda Bear met the Grim Reaper, and the Grim Reaper told him to make something good. And he did.
The first review for 2015 is for an album that sounds way before its time, and somewhat alarmingly so.
This year’s favorites from the only metalhead you know who has dimples.
The Brooklyn based noise artist returns with a deeply personal album about illness and the separation between body and soul that ends up frighteningly relevant to a current international epidemic.
With An Awesome Wave, Alt-J comforted and captivated us with their angelic harmonies, head-bobbing synths, and somber tone. We were hypnotized. Now with This Is All Yours out today, can we say the same? Does this trance hold?
Out of nowhere comes Adult Jazz with a surprisingly genuine and challenging album that results in being one of this year’s most unforgettable.
Texas post rock quartet This Will Destroy You mature through allowing complex noise and disillusioning calm to transport their listeners through further stages of the afterlife.
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