In my opinion Goblin wasn't as good as Bastard, but nonetheless, it was still great!
By 19 he has already released 2 studio albums, and is definetley someone to look out for in the future. I've seen him live at Camden Crawl recently, when he was here with OFWGKTA, and collectivley, their set was the best. All the songs on Goblin are amazing, but Goblin and Tron Cat (and Yonkers of course) stand out to me the most, and the 3 extra songs on the deluxe edition, are worth the extra bit of money to spend on.
TV On the Radio had an awesome album too, they're fresh, they're exhilirating, I'm disappointed that the album wasn't marketed properly, or it would've been in the charts today!
I was skeptical about listening to The Beastie Boys again, I'm 18, and wasn't exposed to them, but none of the songs are classics like 'Sabotage', but there were vintage Beastie Boy beats, and it's amazing that the Beastie Boys, still have that Beastie Boy flow, I loved the one with Nas 'Too Many Rappers'. That was the one that shone out for me.
The Antler's did well too, I haven't heard Burial's yet, but their previous album was ******* amazing, and I'm looking forward to their new one.
In terms of albums you haven't mentioned, I'm sort of shocked you haven't enlisted The Weeknd, if you haven't heard them yet, you should try them. They're amazing, and have definitely released something special. Also you need to try The Wombats too. After Tyler, The Creator's Goblin, they were the best albums released this month.
· 8 years ago