Album of the Week
Every album that’s earned Treble’s coveted Album of the Week designation.
A powerful, emotional spiritual jazz album that reflects the tension of our times.
The Irish singer/songwriter’s second album is darker, more harrowing, and powerful.
The debut from the new collab between members of Pill, Eaters is a trip
The first half of Sumney’s two-part album is a gorgeous and deeply affecting piece of art-pop.
Not a moment is wasted on this 18-minute hip-hop super team-up.
The MVP UK jazz drummer carves out a bold new direction with this set of electronic fusion.
Two of Texas’ best new artists come together on a brief but memorable road trip mixtape.
The Hop Along vocalist and songwriter steps out on her own with a bold, assured debut.
Suzy Poling offers a glimpse into the future via abrasive industrial techno pulses.
A dark, powerful triumph that harbors hope and joy amid its intense sonic landscape.
Brittney Parks’ full-length debut is a thrilling debut built on stunning songcraft.
The L.A. industrial rap trio deliver a stunning exercise in fear.
A double-album meditation on grief that’s the prettiest and most devastating album of Cave’s career.
A nod to classic hip-hop from an emcee that’s spent his career pushing it into the future.
The singer/songwriter’s fourth album is at once her biggest and most intimate, a massive expression of deeply personal conflicts.
The oddball hip-hop artist tones down his most aggressive impulses but raises the bar.
The Philly singer/songwriter’s follow-up to Rocket is a dreamy, druggy and diverse indie mixtape.