This Week: Japanese weirdo rockers Boris’ third album for 2011; Gorillaz look back at 10 years of hits with a box set of singles; The Smashing Pumpkins remind you how great they were with reissues of Gish and Siamese Dream; Wilco puts out special vinyl for Record Store Day’s Black Friday.
This weekend brings us The Descendants, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1, Another Happy Day and Tyrannosaur.
This Week: Drake is back with superstar guests; Swedish electronic outfit Korallreven’s debut; Pterodactyl is noisy and bright; 31 years of R.E.M.; A synth-phonic release from Tycho.
This Week: A beautiful and progressive release from Deerhunter frontman Brandford Cox; Cass McCombs keeps telling stories with his second album this year; Creepy auter David Lynch’s album is as odd as you would expect; Florence Welch and her Machine are massive in every way; Daniel Lopatin breaks out with another release as Oneohtrix Point Never.
This week: Beirut’s Balkan ballads; Widowspeak’s downer lover songs; DOM brings in a top producer for their new one; Pepper Rabbit uplifts and haunts; Neil Young’s “Lost Tapes” from 1991 are recovered.
This week: The Horrors bring an expansive third album with Skying; Arrange explores tragedy; Little Dragon is getting bigger; Fair Ohs soundtrack your August BBQs; Inc. excite and disappoint.
This week: Pictureplane gets physical; Crystal Antlers take it up a notch; Autre Ne Veut…you love it or you hate it; Future Islands most potent expression to date; Brooklyn MC Theophilus London has something for everyone.
This week: Washed Out’s much anticipated second release, How To Dress Well makes a dedication, Eleanor Friedberger leaves Fiery Furnaces, Zomby brings beats and Panda Bear, and a freebie from Yung Life.