With their first full-length in five years, the "monkeys" are back with a dark and unique single "She Looks Like Fun" and a list of heavy hitters.
The aptly-titled seventh album by Baltimore's best duo explores sound immersion at its best, leading off with a "Dark Spring" before melting into a "Lemon Glow."
A darkly themed storyline cuts through a brightly lit new LP by Costa, his first in five years. If you haven't checked out "Sharon" and "I Remember It Well" please do so for vintage Costa and happiness sake, then dip into his sun-drenched score for the trippy LSD documentary Orange Sunshine, which may be the score of the decade.
"My Enemy" dropped in February to tease the Scottish synth-pop's latest and perhaps greatest. The first release features Matt Berninger of The National.
After a long drown in the deep end last year with the spot-on sarcastically titled Pure Comedy, Tillman is back with some love-drunk antics and short-and-to-the-point three-minutes dingers reminiscent of his freshman record's concept-free flow mixed with his sophomore's sophistication as to the concept of real love and its madness. What started as loose studio time skipped demos and went straight to his fourth album under the FJM moniker, just 14 months after his third.
After two years on the road for album number two, The 1975 have some new sounds to offer. While the band has been hush-hush about new material, they do have a countdown clock going so that's something.
Mr. Meltdown was possibly PR stunting his way through some free publicity with TMZ last month to garner attention for his still-untitled new record, but mostly it was a reminder that he's still a sociopath with a microphone that people still love to listen to, for some reason.
And if one Kanye wasn't enough, there's more. Kanye and Kid Cudi have teamed up with Kanye returning to the producer chair, which is great since West loves to play god and worship Trump.
It's been nearly a decade since the happy couple (plutonic) dropped their last EP, Breakup. We thought we'd seen the last of Scarlet Johansson on Yorn's album covers, but instead of a new The Olms record, we're getting remixes of his solo work from an Avenger. "Bad Dreams" kicked off the Apart release, set for June 1.
Who are you without The Who? Solo and pining for the good old days, probably. But Daltrey is not the kind of guy to sit on his hands. Get it while it's still hot, Rog.
She just announced her new album, along with this diamond necklace fit for a queen, coincidently the title of her forth-coming album. Also, boobs.
She's fierce and she's back with a "Sky Full of Song" and nine other tracks dealing with the black hole of heartbreak and substance abuse. Her fourth-coming album is set for late June.