Jack White's Boarding House Reach is his most unorthodox stroke of genius since going solo.
Veteran is sure to be one of the most in-your-face, off-the-wall and creative rap projects of 2018.
At nearly 50 years old as a band, Judas Priest has just released not only a late career highlight, but one of the greatest heavy metal albums of the decade.
Thanks to its strong melodies and aesthetic, Isolation is a great and promising full-length debut from the Colombian soul singer.
Ye paints a vivid picture of Kanye's current state of self and, for as brief as it is, succeeds as an intimate exploration of family and mental health.
KIDS SEE GHOSTS finds both Kanye West and Kid Cudi in top form as they host a psychedelic odyssey through the darkest and brightest corners of their psyches.
NY pop duo MGMT executes a fantastic return to form with the sounds of synth pop on Little Dark Age.
Natalia Lafourcade and Los Macorinos explore the wide world of Latin American folk music with a generous tracklist of quality originals and creative revisions on Musas Vol. 2.
Not only is Wide Awake! better performed and written than any Parquet Courts album thus far, but on it the band consistently manages to make interesting artistic statements on some very difficult topics.
Horrifying! Portal's Ion is one of the most dystopian and sound-rich technical death metal records of the decade.
Your Queen Is a Reptile should go down as one of the most exhilarating and revolutionary jazz records of 2018.
With In a Poem Unlimited, U.S. Girls delivers what is sure to be one of the year's most versatile and lyrically intriguing pop albums.