Geographer : Ghost Modern

Geographer : Ghost Modern

The indie pop group isn’t quite as in love with synths anymore, but they’re still leaning heavily on ’80s influences.

Liturgy : The Ark Work

Liturgy : The Ark Work

The transcendental black metal band substitutes new elements for their signature sound and it’s more confusing than anything.

Laura Marling : Short Movie

Laura Marling : Short Movie

The UK singer songwriter takes another step forward on her fifth full-length, and turns up the volume higher.

Inventions : Maze of Woods

Inventions : Maze of Woods

Matthew Cooper and Explosions in the Sky’s Mark Smith come together again in hypnotic harmony.

Lightning Bolt : Fantasy Empire

Lightning Bolt : Fantasy Empire

The Providence, Rhode Island noise rock duo shred the gnar again on their first album in six years.

Courtney Barnett : Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit

Courtney Barnett : Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit

The Australian singer/songwriter’s proper full-length debut builds on her first two EPs with more grit, volume and anxiety.

The Go! Team : The Scene Between

The Go! Team : The Scene Between

Ian Parton does the bulk of the work on the eclectic UK group’s fourth album, with some fun if familiar results.

Eskmo : SOL

Eskmo : SOL

Brendan Angelides’ latest album comes after a globe-spanning journey, but the electronic music itself doesn’t go much of anywhere.