Album of the Week
Every album that’s earned Treble’s coveted Album of the Week designation.
The Irish group refine the texture of their shoegazing post-punk on their dynamic second album.
Dos Santos’ Daniel Villarreal makes a solo debut with a fun, eclectic set of jazz that acts as a musical autobiography.
Morby examines America through a different lens on his most complex album to date.
An international collaboration powered by groove and largely unchecked energy.
The Armand Hammer emcee teams up with Preservation for one of his most darkly compelling albums yet.
Groove is sacred on this eclectic and ecstatic set of Afrobeat-inspired dance tracks.
Curry’s most personal album to date is also his most ambitious and lush sounding.
On their sophomore album, the Brooklyn experimental post-punk group find deeper grooves and more sparkling pop
Meticulously produced hardcore with big hooks and thoughtful introspection
The prettiest album in Hval’s catalog is one that finds her looking inward more often than usual
The North Carolina indie heroes’ first pandemic recording is a sunnier, dreamier pop wonder.
Alynda Segarra tackles heavy topics but retains some hope on one of their strongest albums to date
Further exploration and expansion abound on the group’s new double album
The Melbourne group more naturally swirls their psychedelic side with their post-punk rhythms.
The Welsh singer/songwriter’s new LP explores stillness and joyful absurdity on one of her strongest sets of songs to date.
The Midwestern shoegaze trio hone in on the strength of their melodic songwriting.
The Nottingham psych group’s first album in eight years is an expression of joyful crate-digger eclecticism.
The UK dubstep producer strips away the beats for an atmospheric experience.