The most concise yet potent the New York City band has ever sounded.
The band’s seventh album is a concept album with a critical eye and a big heart—and some of the best songs they’ve written.
A nostalgia-tinged laid-back pop indulgence.
An album about the possibilities that lie ahead of us, made from a delicate, historic instrument.
A maximalist statement of kaleidoscopic sounds, only occasionally returning to the band’s trademark intimacy.
The debut EP from singer/songwriter Gabrielle Franks is open, honest and intricately arranged.
Matthew Cooper explores worlds both real and imagined in his new ambient set.
The electronic/jazz fusion group’s new dual-release album continues an emphasis on their hybrid sound.
A feelgood soul prescription with a chaser of contemporary R&B and disco.
The prolific guitarist returns with his second of four LPs this year, focusing on covers.
An indie rock EP that doubles as an act of self care.
Ten years is a long time. At least relative to our existence it is, and…
An electronic collaboration that hones in on the detail of the everyday.
This collaborative work from two experimental/noise artists is hypnotic, even oddly accessible in its best moments.
Daughters’ frontman delivers a debut solo album full of harrowing noise and anxiety-ridden narratives.
A bite-sized sampling of the NYC shoegaze/noise-rock group’s well-tuned sonics.
The slacker rock princes’ latest feels shaped and waxed rather than caked in fuzz.