Jun 3, 2014 8:05 AM
If you've already listened to the other seven albums by the Black Keys, you pretty much know what to expect on Turn Blue ($11). That's not to say that their style hasn't been evolving, but to say that fans won't be disappointed. It never gets as raucous as El Camino - nowhere near the thumping beats of "Gold on the Ceiling" - but instead the album's tracks float in and out of laid back psychedelic tunes (did the cover art give you a hint?) and moody instrumentals to get lost in.
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