Album of the Week

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

Death Cab for Cutie : Plans

The label that once housed the mighty Led Zeppelin makes a fitting home for Washington indie-pop heroes.

The New Pornographers : Twin Cinema

The Pop album to beat in 2005 (which isn’t very likely, if you ask us)!

Blue Scholars : Blue Scholars

Seattle hip-hoppers bring the genre to a new, exciting place.

Spinto Band : Nice and Nicely Done

Delaware up-and-comers do the Nation’s first state right.

Michael Penn : Mr. Hollywood Jr., 1947

Penn returns with loose theme album, his best in years.

Kinski : Alpine Static

Instrumentals are no longer for ‘chilling out.’

Xiu Xiu : La Forêt

A great balance of chaos and serenity.

Sufjan Stevens : Illinois

Part 2 of 50, in which Sufjan Stevens brings us a new state, great music and absurdly long song titles.

The White Stripes : Get Behind Me Satan

New and improved White Stripes, Zellweger-free.

Smog : A River Ain’t Too Much to Love

The great American novel in song? Maybe not, but we’ll take it.

Jamie Lidell : Multiply

Blue-eyed soul is no longer anything to sneeze at.

Emiliana Torrini : Fisherman’s Woman

An intimate, yet outstanding effort from Icelandic-Italian songstress.

Annie : Anniemal

Treble is a helpless fool for Annie.

Johnathan Rice : Trouble is Real

Glaswegian’s debut shows maturity beyond his years.