Album of the Week

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

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Pile – All Fiction

The post-hardcore group, once a solo project, evolves into something richer and more ambitious

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Yo La Tengo – This Stupid World

Nearly four decades in, the legendary trio find new space to explore

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Meg Baird – Furling

Baird returns with her mostly richly arranged set of songs to date

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Ladytron – Time’s Arrow

Following a viral TikTok moment, the UK synth-pop group return with some of their most organic sounds

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Rian Treanor and Ocen James – Saccades

An inspired and enigmatic between the UK beatmaker and Ugandan fiddle player

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Ahab – The Coral Tombs

After a brief, extreme opening, it becomes clear on The Coral Tombs that Ahab’s dabbling…

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Augenwasser – The Big Swim

The Swiss artist’s third album feels like a rich and luxurious breakthrough

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Weyes Blood – And In the Darkness, Hearts Aglow

A richly arranged art pop album about the search for human connection

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Dream Unending – Song of Salvation

The doom metal duo explore a greater expanse on their sophomore album

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Horse Lords – Comradely Objects

The experimental rock outfit are opening up, braving new wilds on their fifth album

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Tom Skinner – Voices of Bishara

The Sons of Kemet/The Smile drummer’s solo debut delivers one of the most vital jazz listening experiences this year

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The Soft Pink Truth – Is It Going to Get Any Deeper Than This?

Drew Daniel seeks to answer his latest album’s title question on a set of impeccable house music

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Lucrecia Dalt – ¡Ay!

The prolific artist crafts a sci-fi concept around folkloric rhythms and rich soundscapes

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Alvvays – Blue Rev

The Canadian group’s third album is a pop triumph, wrapped in glorious guitar sounds

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Björk – Fossora

The latest from the singular composer and producer is an album that feels like your mother’s arms wrapping around you

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High Vis – Blending

The UK post-punk group deliver ecstatic anthems with hardcore muscle

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Beth Orton – Weather Alive

The British singer/songwriter finds some of her most inspired directions and songs nearly 30 years into her career

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The Winnipeg noise rock outfit delve deeper into abrasion and despair for a masterpiece of pain

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The Callous Daoboys – Celebrity Therapist

A thrilling new frontier in metalcore from the Atlanta mathemagicians

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ShrapKnel – Metal Lung

The New York hip-hop duo’s sophomore album is a dark and head-spinning vision