motion

Motion by Calvin Harris

Motion is the fourth studio album by Scottish DJ and record producer Calvin Harris, released on The album includes collaborations with vocalists Ellie Goulding, Gwen Stefani, John Newman and Tinashe; rapper...
I See You by The xx

I See You by The XX

Third album and first since 2012’s “Coexist,” “I See You” is both an improvement on that record and a step forward for this talented London trio.  While maintaining the group’s signature smooth,...
MacDemarco - Salad Days

Salad Days by Mac DeMarco

Salad Days by Mac DeMarco emerges as a stellar album with zero weak cuts, many standouts, much variety, loaded with cleverness and even lyrical depth. Count me as one of the people surprised that a seemingly...
RealEstate - Atlas

Atlas by Real Estate

Suburban New Jersey raised Real Estate has gotten progressively better with each of their three albums and “Atlas” is a true beauty filled with chiming jangle pop and melancholy music about love,...
Duck Sauce

Quack by Duck Sauce

Duck Sauce is a dance music collaboration between Armand Van Heldon and A-Trak. The band’s hit from several years ago. “Barbara Streisand” is included and you need to check your sense of fun if you...
St. Vincent -St. Vincent

St. Vincent by St. Vincent

St. Vincent's Annie Clark absolutely shreds on electric guitar, but does so in a controlled, robotic way showing us that the art, the music and the theatrics are all part of a well-orchestrated...
Tune Yards - Nikki Nack

Nikki Nack by Tune-yards

"Nikki Nack" by Tune-yards is a bit more slowed down and more accessible than previous album “Who Kill”, which makes it less in-your-face surprising. I guess no longer being an underdog has unfortunately...