Album of the Week

Every album that’s earned Treble’s coveted Album of the Week designation.

Must Mustard Heart Under review

Just Mustard – Heart Under

The Irish group refine the texture of their shoegazing post-punk on their dynamic second album.

Daniel Villarreal Panama 77 review

Daniel Villarreal – Panamá 77

Dos Santos’ Daniel Villarreal makes a solo debut with a fun, eclectic set of jazz that acts as a musical autobiography.

Kevin Morby This is a Photograph review

Kevin Morby – This Is a Photograph

Morby examines America through a different lens on his most complex album to date.

Congotronics International Where's the One review

Congotronics International : Where’s the One?

An international collaboration powered by groove and largely unchecked energy.

mizmor thou myopia review

Mizmor & Thou – Myopia

A sprawling and inspiring metal epic that arrives as the best kind of surprise

Undeath It's Time to Rise from the Grave review

Undeath – It’s Time…To Rise from the Grave

The Rochester, NY death metal group’s sophomore album is an absolute ripper.

billy woods aethiopes review

billy woods : Aethiopes

The Armand Hammer emcee teams up with Preservation for one of his most darkly compelling albums yet.

congotronics international where's the one review

Ibibio Sound Machine – Electricity

Groove is sacred on this eclectic and ecstatic set of Afrobeat-inspired dance tracks.

kendrick lamar mr. morale review

Denzel Curry – Melt My Eyez See Your Future

Curry’s most personal album to date is also his most ambitious and lush sounding.

P.E. Leather Lemon review

P.E. – The Leather Lemon

On their sophomore album, the Brooklyn experimental post-punk group find deeper grooves and more sparkling pop

Drug Church Hygiene review

Drug Church – Hygiene

Meticulously produced hardcore with big hooks and thoughtful introspection

Jenny Hval Classic Objects review

Jenny Hval – Classic Objects

The prettiest album in Hval’s catalog is one that finds her looking inward more often than usual

belle and sebastian a bit of previous review

Superchunk – Wild Loneliness

The North Carolina indie heroes’ first pandemic recording is a sunnier, dreamier pop wonder.

Hurray for the Riff Raff Life on Earth review

Hurray For the Riff Raff – Life on Earth

Alynda Segarra tackles heavy topics but retains some hope on one of their strongest albums to date

big thief dragon new warm mountain i believe in you review

Big Thief – Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You

Further exploration and expansion abound on the group’s new double album

p.e. leather lemon review

EXEK – Advertise Here

The Melbourne group more naturally swirls their psychedelic side with their post-punk rhythms.

aldous harding warm chris review

Cate Le Bon – Pompeii

The Welsh singer/songwriter’s new LP explores stillness and joyful absurdity on one of her strongest sets of songs to date.

cloakroom dissolution wave review

Cloakroom – Dissolution Wave

The Midwestern shoegaze trio hone in on the strength of their melodic songwriting.

polychromatics sequences from punch dimension review

The Soundcarriers – Wilds

The Nottingham psych group’s first album in eight years is an expression of joyful crate-digger eclecticism.

Burial Antidawn review

Burial : Antidawn

The UK dubstep producer strips away the beats for an atmospheric experience.