Daniel Lopatin's standout album is a deeply moving work on memory, media and mortality.
Kuedo's mesmerising sonic science fiction combines Vangelis, Vivaldi and footwork with filmic vision, writes Adam Harper.
The French electro band fall flat with a impression of stadium prog that veers towards self-parody.
Harlem rapper A$AP Rocky's eagerly anticipated debut mixtape, despite occasional weak lines, is a slow, weird and honest rap classic.
Pittsburgh new music and media festival thrills with FRKWYS 7 Ensemble, Light Asylum, Blondes, Araabmuzik and Underground Resistance.
Chal Ravens salutes the no-holds-barred maximalism and biting clarity of Glaswegian producer Rustie's first album.
Moody footwork blues and tripped out bass from Brooklyn-via-Chicago producer.
Vivid and visceral performance from one of Brooklyn's freest.
Baltimore producer makes jams and jokes with flair.
Synth duo get heavy, drown the crowd in sound.
Vermont singer charms with warm wit in Williamsburg.
New York synth musician shows her mettle, shines in Brooklyn.