Album of the Week

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

ShrapKnel Nobody Planning to Leave review

ShrapKnel – Nobody Planning to Leave

The hip-hop duo’s third record is their most dazzling and best-sounding set of labyrinthine lyricism to date

Arooj Aftab Night Reign review

Arooj Aftab : Night Reign

The Grammy-winning singer delivers an enchanting and intoxicating ode to the night

Thou Umbilical review

Thou – Umbilical

Thou’s first proper full-length in six years presents the band at their most direct and potent

Machinedrum 3For82 review

Machinedrum : 3FOR82

The electronic producer takes a conceptual trip to meet a younger version of himself

Beth Gibbons Lives Outgrown review

Beth Gibbons – Lives Outgrown

Portishead’s vocalist offers a gorgeous and intricate reflection on grief, 30 years after that band’s debut

Ibelisse Guardia Ferragutti Frank Rosaly Mestizx review

Ibelisse Guardia Ferragutti & Frank Rosaly : MESTIZX

A personal exploration of identity through a dazzling display of stylistic fusion

Broadcast spell blanket review

Broadcast – Spell Blanket: Collected Demos 2006-2009

As a closing chapter for celebrated cult psych-pop band Broadcast, this compilation is a splendid tribute to the late Trish Keenan

Inter Arma New Heaven review

Inter Arma – New Heaven

On their first album in five years, the Richmond metal group offer some of their boldest yet most concise musical ideas

big|brave a chaos of flowers review

Big|Brave – A Chaos of Flowers

The Montreal trio’s world has never seemed so vast

Metz Up on Gravity Hill review

Metz – Up on Gravity Hill

The Toronto trio pursue a brilliant spectrum of sound with their muscular core intact

Frail Body Artificial Bouquet review

Frail Body – Artificial Bouquet

An intense, trailblazing album for a new generation of screamo

most anticipated albums of spring 2024 - Jlin Akoma

Jlin – Akoma

The electronic innovator works with the likes of Björk, Philip Glass and Kronos Quartet on a set of songs tied together through a heartbeat

Waxahatchee Tigers Blood review

Waxahatchee – Tigers Blood

Katie Crutchfield achieves a new personal best with a set of songs at once honest and stunning

Gouge Away Deep Sage review

Gouge Away – Deep Sage

After a six-year break, the Florida hardcore/noise rock group return with a more stunningly spacious set of songs

Kim Gordon the collective review

Kim Gordon – The Collective

Gordon pursues her agenda of unpredictability to stunning results, from trap beats to industrial noise

Hurray for the Riff Raff The Past is Still Alive review

Hurray for the Riff Raff – The Past Is Still Alive

Alynda Segarra turns Americana on its head on their stunning new LP

Erika De Casier Still review

Erika De Casier – Still

A milestone pop album from the versatile Danish artist

Laura Jane Grace Hole in My Head review

Laura Jane Grace – Hole In My Head

The Against Me! songwriter and vocalist strips down her sound while embracing strength and optimism

Chelsea Wolfe She Reaches Out review

Chelsea Wolfe – She Reaches Out to She Reaches Out to She

Wolfe’s first new album in five years is a dark, electronic labyrinth of survival and introspection

The Smile Wall of Eyes review

The Smile – Wall of Eyes

A more daring, challenging, yet quieter offering from the Yorke-Greenwood-Skinner trio