Album of the Week
Every album that’s earned Treble’s coveted Album of the Week designation.
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.
Her four new albums showcase how peerless the visionary producer is.
Coldcut assemble a staggering roster of contributors for a massive ambient project.
The Philadelphia jazz group deliver an expansive double album that showcases just how powerful they are as a unit.
A stark, stripped-down set of songs that offers only the raw truth.
Angel Marcloid’s new double-album is a reinvention of prog.
Haley Fohr creates her biggest album while confronting an overwhelming darkness.
The group’s most lyrically poignant is also their most sonically overwhelming.
The Chicago group’s fusion of Latinx music with jazz, soul, surf rock and psychedelia transcends.
Camae Ayewa’s new full-length is an embrace of heady, accessible sounds without softening the poignancy of her words.
The UK rapper’s fourth album is her most ambitious and personal yet, balancing internal monologue with big arrangements.
Low still live in hope, but it’s surrounded by a breathtaking cacophony.
Kevin Martin merges dancehall and hip-hop with a heavy metal intensity that makes this feel like his heaviest to date.
A harmonious intersection of indie pop and doom metal.
Kristin Hayter strips away the heaviest elements of her sound to expose an even darker terror.