Album of the Week

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

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

Ty Segall Three Bells review

Ty Segall – Three Bells

The prolific singer/songwriter’s 15th record is at once one of his more muted and ambitious epics

glass beach plastic death review

glass beach – plastic death

The L.A. group’s sophomore album leans heavier into prog for a spectacular and ambitious epic

Slift Ilion review

Slift – Ilion

The French heavy psych group’s latest is a thunderous cosmic journey

Pile Hot Air Balloon review

Pile – Hot Air Balloon

The group’s encore to their 2023 album ‘All Fiction’ further explores their more atmospheric side

Daniel Bachman When the Roses Come Again review

Daniel Bachman – When the Roses Come Again

A wildly experimental and spiritually moving fusion of American folk music and distorted, heavy drone

Aesop Rock Integrated Tech Solutions review

Aesop Rock – Integrated Tech Solutions

The veteran emcee’s storytelling has evolved into one of his most focused albums to date

Hotline TNT cartwheel review

Hotline TNT – Cartwheel

The New York group’s sophomore album features a stellar cross section of shoegaze, power pop and grunge

Titanic Vidrio review

Titanic : Vidrio

The debut collaboration from Mabe Fratti and Hector Tosta ais an exquisite balance of tension and stillness

Serfs Half Eaten by Dogs review

The Serfs – Half Eaten by Dogs

The Cincinnati post-punk group add a live-band urgency to their dark, atmospheric sound

Reverend Kristin Michael Hayter SAVED! review

Reverend Kristin Michael Hayter – SAVED!

Inspired by Pentecostal holiness religion, the artist formerly known as Lingua Ignota develops a strange, haunting artifact

Sufjan Stevens Javelin review

Sufjan Stevens – Javelin

A breathtaking meditation on grief built into rich, progressive art pop songwriting

Jlin Perspective review

Jlin – Perspective

Jerlilynn Patton offers up 26 minutes of focused musical power

Armand Hammer We Buy Diabetic Test Strips review

Armand Hammer – We Buy Diabetic Test Strips

The rap duo deliver one of their most ambitious statements, including live band arrangements

Tomb Mold The Enduring Spirit review

Tomb Mold – The Enduring Spirit

The Toronto death metal group returns after a four-year break with their most progressive and ambitious album to date

Gridlink Coronet Jupiter review

Gridlink – Coronet Juniper

The New Jersey grindcore icons return after nine years with a boundary expanding but intense new LP

Irreversible Entanglements Protect Your Light review

Irreversible Entanglements – Protect Your Light

On their first release for the legendary Impulse Records, IE provide exceptional sanctuary

Ratboys The Window review

Ratboys – The Window

The Chicago group achieve final form as a band, delivering their strongest and richest set of songs