Album of the Week
Every album that’s earned Treble’s coveted Album of the Week designation.
A richly arranged art pop album about the search for human connection
The experimental rock outfit are opening up, braving new wilds on their fifth album
The Sons of Kemet/The Smile drummer’s solo debut delivers one of the most vital jazz listening experiences this year
Drew Daniel seeks to answer his latest album’s title question on a set of impeccable house music
The prolific artist crafts a sci-fi concept around folkloric rhythms and rich soundscapes
The Canadian group’s third album is a pop triumph, wrapped in glorious guitar sounds
The latest from the singular composer and producer is an album that feels like your mother’s arms wrapping around you
The UK post-punk group deliver ecstatic anthems with hardcore muscle
The British singer/songwriter finds some of her most inspired directions and songs nearly 30 years into her career
The New York hip-hop duo’s sophomore album is a dark and head-spinning vision
The Australian singer/songwriter imbues her sophomore album with a feeling of joy and triumph.
A lean, focused old-school hip-hop triumph
The Bay Area singer/songwriter reaffirms his commitment to perfecting the power pop song
Revived with a new lineup and an even greater sense of urgency, the Boston post-hardcore group have delivered their best album yet
The UK keyboardist’s debut as a bandleader is classic jazz with a palpable sexiness.
The British trio make the most of their intricate prog-rock sound on album number three