Posts tagged "2020s"

Album artwork of 'There Is No Year' by Algiers

There Is No Year Algiers

Throughout much of its run-time, There is No Year seems content revelling in its own (admittedly awe-inspiring) ambience.

Album artwork of 'Be Up A Hello' by Squarepusher

Be Up A Hello Squarepusher

This isn't a game changer; instead a proud statement, delivered with finesse and flair by one of the true masters of IDM.

Album artwork of 'The Slow Rush' by Tame Impala

The Slow Rush Tame Impala

Kevin Parker’s latest project has all the hallmarks of what came before, and it pushes harder on his more avant garde sensibilities.

Album artwork of 'A Written Testimony' by Jay Electronica

A Written Testimony Jay Electronica

A distinctive project that showcases exactly what Jay Electronica is all about. With a little help from a friend, of course.

Album artwork of 'Uneasy Laughter' by Moaning

Uneasy Laughter Moaning

The album's all a bit clean cut, a perfectly pleasant smorgasbord of gothy synth pop which goes in one ear and out the other.

Album artwork of 'Saint Cloud' by Waxahatchee

Saint Cloud Waxahatchee

Country music with a modern edge. To witness these songs being played live in a chapel would be quite the experience. Someone should work on that.

Album artwork of 'It Is What It Is' by Thundercat

It Is What It Is Thundercat

Thundercat rides the album like a surfer hanging ten on the world’s smallest, smoothest, slowest wave. It’s drifting with style, an uneventful good time.

Album artwork of 'Song for Our Daughter' by Laura Marling

Song for Our Daughter Laura Marling

Robed in ever so tasteful shades of pinkish beige, bluish beige, and beige, Song for Our Daughter is an often sublime Marling masterclass.

Album artwork of 'Earth' by EOB

Earth EOB

Solo material from a band as prolific as Radiohead can go one of two ways. Here it leaves the impression the band is greater than the sum of its parts.

Album artwork of 'Græ' by Moses Sumney

Græ Moses Sumney

Emotionally vulnerable and creatively restless. The record plays out like a prolonged stream of consciousness, yet every aspect seems carefully constructed.