Album of the Week

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

Ryan Adams & The Cardinals : Cold Roses

Some of Adams’ best songs to date — two discs worth, in fact!

Eels : Blinking Lights and Other Revelations

I’m Tired of the Old Shit…Let the New Shit Begin!

Patrick Wolf : Wind in the Wires

Irish wonder exceeds expectations on sophomore set.

Caribou : The Milk of Human Kindness

Psychedelic krautrock wilderness from Canadian electro-genius.

M.I.A. : Arular

Further affirmation that this album is good.

The Decemberists : Picaresque

An appropriate title for Portland band’s third full-length.

M83 : Before the Dawn Heals Us

French artist returns with stellar second album.

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Bloc Party : Silent Alarm

The album that many of us have been waiting for has arrived.

Stars : Set Yourself on Fire

The sexiest album of the year (so far).

LCD Soundsystem

LCD Soundsystem : LCD Soundsystem

A Guaranteed top 10 contender for 2005, no foolin’.

Andrew Bird : The Mysterious Production of Eggs

And the mysteriously continuous production of stellar songs.

Doves : Some Cities

One of the best bands in Britain reminds us, yet again, how amazing they are.

Sage Francis : A Healthy Distrust

Something big from the Rhode Island-based rapper.

Klang : No Sound is Heard

Donna Matthews goes from Wire to Can.

Hood : Outside Closer

Essential dreaming from Yorkshire group.