A bittersweet spectacle of bronze industrial waste.
The Manchester producer’s latest is his most insular and atmospheric, a stunning exploration of ambience.
A disorienting gauntlet of dream pop and nightmares.
The former Emeralds guitarist delves into more straightforward singer/songwriter material without letting go of his kosmische ambitions.
The eclectic artist and bandleader crafts a powerful and innovative set of sample-laden jazz with his ensemble.
A more classical leaning set of music from the Texas duo, bound by the story of Saint Caesarius.
As strong a lockdown post-punk debut as you’re likely to hear all year.
The acclaimed pianist assembles a new trio and delivers a strong set of music, his most accessible in recent years.
Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak delivers a more intensely personal work that showcases the spectrum of her songwriting.
The Canadian post-rock collective deliver a loose and apocalyptic score.
The collaboration between the two industrial artists is an emotional exorcism.
A messy album about the yins and yangs of life.
The collaboration between the artist/poet and songwriter/label head creates something funkier than the sum of its parts.
The electronic mastermind and spiritual jazz legend collaborate for a spacious and graceful, continuous set of music.
A throwback to ’80s British funk sounds with a live, loose sensibility.