Easily their most polished, the fifth proper album from Wavves nevertheless prove just how much they're capable of saying in under three minutes.
On their first album in seven years, Josh Homme and Jesse Hughes once again offer up another slice of unadulterated (but clever and richly arranged) fun.
This time around, the Soundgarden frontman breaks new ground by blending rustic British folk, vintage American folk-rock and light electronica with pop.
Metric's transition from indie rock to arena-scale pop becomes complete on their sixth full-length, the first of two they wrote this year.
On his new album with the chamber group yMusic, the former Ben Folds Five leader blends pop and classical while retaining the qualities that made him famous.
On their first album in over 10 years, the Libertines don't sound as urgent as they once did, but they've arguably acquired other charms.
On his second album under his own name, the prolific lo-fi icon plays tunes with the ease, discretion and maturity of a master songwriter at work.
Recorded last year while Against Me! toured in support of 'Transgender Dysphoria Blues,' this new live album captures a potent mix of politics and celebration.
Reunited with original guitarist Dave Schramm, Yo La Tengo bring remarkable unity to a wide range of material on this gentle, twinkling set of covers.
Frontman Yannis Philippakis' attempt to make an album about primal masculinity doesn't derail Foals' mildly-spiced, contemplative brand of rock.