Album of the Week
Every album that’s earned Treble’s coveted Album of the Week designation.
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
On her latest in a prolific series of albums, Moor Mother dives deep into interpretations of jazz
A tropicalia-inspired cinematic folk stunner with no easy answers, just a surplus of gorgeous sound
Mike Paradinas’ spiritual successor to ‘Lunatic Harness’ is a love letter to the “Amen break”
Olsen’s most personal album to date, as well as one of her prettiest, born of grief and self-discovery.
A glorious indie rock debut big on great songs and free of cynicism
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.