Three serves as a progression for a duo that takes vivid inner turmoil and projects it outward.
By grounding Sonderlust in the duality of love’s joy and pain, Kishi Bashi achieves transcendence.
The album too often feels half-baked, with Dupieux stirring up interesting ideas only to tire of them too quickly.
AIM is less emphatic and coherent than many of M.I.A.’s previous musical provocations.
The album draws its strength from Olsen’s sheer temerity to so drastically change course.