The Canadian singer/songwriter compiles new songs from his Neon Skyline sessions with a more stripped-down, warmly intimate approach.
An encore performance of footwork, IDM and colorful electronic beats.
The country-rock group seeks inspiration in new surroundings and mostly finds it.
The Japanese post-rock band return with a set of songs that live up to their live intensity.
Musgraves addresses her divorce in this stark, yet immaculately produced LP.
The L.A. band takes a subtler and more eclectic approach on their latest album.
Alex Brettin delivers a bittersweet state of the world with just a little bit of hope for good measure.
An ambitious ambient set overflowing with ideas.
Simpson pens a 28-minute narrative concept record with characters named after his grandparents.
The TEEN singer/songwriter steps out on her own with a warmly mellifluous but sometimes deeply personal set of songs.
The singer/songwriter and guitarist crafts a set of breezy, pleasing indie folk-rock that subtly intricate and complex.
A potential first step toward a new direction for the experimental saxophonist.
An avant garde study of the clarinet that puts a new spin on the idea of a soloist.
Angus Andrew’s 10th album as Liars showcases some of his strongest songwriting to date.
The prog metal group find their footing after some shaky releases with one of their strongest in years.
The Finnish death-doom troupe balance melody with brutality on their latest.
The Grammy-winning producer delivers a set of laid-back feelgood magic.