A radically intimate piece of music from Liz Harris.
It's not bad, just different.
Less a breakthrough than a revelation, Nandi Rose Plunkett combines visceral storytelling with beautiful arrangements on her third album.
Whether or not it says much, Ruban Nielson's new album sure sounds great.
Curveballs and all, Okkervil River remain one of the most vital and interesting bands in indie rock.
An epic, stoney extension of the doom metal outfit's legacy.
An endlessly expressive electronic album that leaves the door open for so much more to be explored.
The sound of terror, in an impeccable aesthetic.
A selection of bright and optimistic post-rock that's imagistic and evocative.
A necessary tool during a time of turmoil.
A fuzzy pop ideal with a punk rock streak.
Debut album by outfit featuring ex-members of Ludicra is a thrilling new entry for black metal.
A great-sounding, thematically confounding rap reunion.
The French death metal outfit showcases the full breadth of their sonic abilities.
The New York noise-punks temper their noise and let their sound breathe.
The Texas singer/songwriter's outward-focused full-length is a balm for a burned world.
The Philadelphia indie rock outfit grows up and offers anthems of reassurance.
The Irish folk metal band's career arc is encapsulated in this brief five-track release.
A hyperspeed, rhythmic whirlwind.
A strong set of songs that feels just out of reach of transcendence.