The Arkestra’s first album in two decades revisits classic material and gives it new life.
What exactly is the first clue that Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin is…
The singer/songwriter balances melancholy and warmth on his grief-stricken, yet lived-in new album.
The L.A. noise rap trio deliver an immediate set of horror-hip-hop thrills interspersed with weird, harsh terror.
The New York jazz duo cook up a session that’s full of groove.
The post-hardcore outfit offers a promising showcase of experimentation that never quite goes far enough.
The Griselda emcee’s third album of the year is grimy, immersive, and loaded with impressive guest features.
Robin Pecknold’s return is one of hope and warmth.
A garage-goth album with the heat of a great live set.
Terra Lopez delivers an album steeped in grief but with a captivating intimacy.
The harpist/composer invites Slowdive’s Neil Halstead on a dreamy, immersive set of ambient sounds.
Longtime UK radio presenter Ronnie Herrel comprises a mix of soul that blends classic and contemporary aesthetics.
The electronic duo make the perfect bedroom pop album for a year of staying indoors.
Bartees Strange has introduced himself as a solo artist three times in the past two…
Murphy’s most focused and assured LP to date arrives when discos the world over remain closed.
The experimental psych-rock duo’s fourth album is their biggest and most impressive set of excursions to date.
The producer’s debut album is a lean yet extra funky set of jams.