Album of the Week

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

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Deerhoof : The Runners Four

Exploration and experimentation under the guise of pop song.

Tom Vek : We Have Sound

Cool sounds and warm drum machines.

Ladytron Witching Hour

Ladytron : Witching Hour

Making the transition from catchy to stunning.

Animal Collective : Feels

Looks like art-folk, feels like a rock record.

DangerDoom : The Mouse and The Mask

The hip-hop collaboration of the year, with help from a few characters.

Blackalicious : The Craft

Non-stop, uninterrupted, hip-hop goodness.

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Broadcast : Tender Buttons

UK duo transmits new set from a cold, electronic planet.

Super Furry Animals : Love Kraft

The Furries’ masterpiece has arrived.

Devendra Banhart : Cripple Crow

Indie folk icon takes it to the next level.

Sigur Rós : Takk…

A thank you to fans in the form of sublime musical beauty.

Laura Veirs : Year of Meteors

Seattle singer-songwriter’s latest bridges the genre gap.

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)!