British indie-rock band alt-J returns with an intriguing, if flawed third studio album, ‘Relaxer.’ The band’s eclecticism knows no end on ‘Relaxer.’
Alt-pop band Bleachers (Jack Antonoff) returns with an incredibly energetic, intriguing sophomore effort, ‘Gone Now.’
On its seventh album, ‘Last Young Renegade,’ All Time Low embraces a newfound maturity. Although grown up, ‘Renegade’ remains enjoyable.
Paramore returns with an ambitious, energetic fifth studio album, ‘After Laughter.’
Alternative virtual band Gorillaz returns with an ambitious and quirky, yet enjoyable fifth studio album, ‘Humanz.’ ‘Humanz’ is star-studded.
Father John Misty (Josh Tillman) delivers one of the year’s most demanding, yet well-rounded albums with ‘Pure Comedy.’
Alternative, Indie-rock darlings Spoon shine on ‘Hot Thoughts,’ successfully tweaking their sound and expanding the horizons.
The xx return with cool, calm, and collected third album, ‘I See You.’ Chemistry, production, and vocals are major selling points.