Album of the Week

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

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Pino Palladino & Blake Mills – Notes With Attachments

The veteran session bassist and indie producer/multi-instrumentalist pursue a path of groove-laden inspiration.

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Sunburned Hand of the Man – Pick A Day to Die

One of the most accessible and still boundless pieces in the group’s massive catalog.

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Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – Carnage

A haunting, cinematic work that ponders life, death and wanderlust from indoors.

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Wild Pink – A Billion Little Lights

The New York band’s third album is their most lush, as well as their most grown up.

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Julien Baker – Little Oblivions

The Nashville singer/songwriter offers reflections of uncertainty on a more expansive scale on her third album.

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Black Country, New Road – For the First Time

The London septet’s highly anticipated debut showcases the ambitious new forms they imagine.

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The Weather Station – Ignorance

Tamara Lindemann and company’s fifth album is the most expansive and rich universe her music has occupied.

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Tribulation – Where the Gloom Becomes Sound

The Swedish gothic metal greats take a step into a bigger arena on their fifth album.

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Portrayal of Guilt – We Are Always Alone

The Austin band’s second full-length is an even more blistering and intense hardcore exorcism.

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Casper Clausen – Better Way

The Efterklang vocalist aims for a bigger art-pop sound on his solo debut.

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Moor Mother & billy woods – BRASS

A hip-hop tag-team that thrives on both dazzling abstraction and jagged honesty.

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Cabaret Voltaire – Shadow of Fear

Richard H. Kirk’s first album as Cabaret Voltaire in 26 years is as fun and as vital as they’ve sounded since the early ’80s.

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Respire – Black Line

Respire, like most other bands in 2020, have had a trying year to say the…

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William Basinski – Lamentations

The ambient composer follows up a celebratory lounge-disco album with a mournful set of ghostly loops.

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KAMM – Cookie Policies

The infrequently operating electronic jazz-rock outfit struts with gravitas on their latest iteration.

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Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou – May Our Chambers Be Full

The end result of an inspired collaboration that fuses two sonically different but creatively attuned artists into a triumphant metal LP.

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clipping. – Visions of Bodies Being Burned

The L.A. noise rap trio deliver an immediate set of horror-hip-hop thrills interspersed with weird, harsh terror.

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Spirit Adrift – Enlightened in Eternity

Spirit Adrift is a majestic force of heavy metal. Though there’s no shortage of doom…

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Gunn-Truscinski Duo – Soundkeeper

The experimental psych-rock duo’s fourth album is their biggest and most impressive set of excursions to date.

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Sufjan Stevens – The Ascension

Stevens offers new challenges with his new electronics-tinged work, as well as a heavier emphasis on protest-inspired lyrics.