A dark electronic pop record that feels more like an art film.
The Chicago post-punk group’s second album goes to weirder places and finds greater catharsis in its groove.
A gentle and meditative improvisational response to the Australian wildfires from earlier this year.
The London musician and producer downplays his ability on the keys on this nonetheless solid set of groove.
The Canadian pop artist finds a successful fusion between familiar and innovative on her third album.
Andrews’ breakup album feels strangely comforting in a time of overbearing anxiety and panic.
The Canadian singer/songwriter expands on his standout 2020 LP with a pair of brief but excellent new songs.
The Bay Area trio reveal that the line between prog and math rock is paper thin.
The singer/songwriter experiments with styles while retaining a country foundation on her third album.
The experimental vocalist beautifully captures a sense of wonder on her latest.
The band’s fifth album is expectedly bleak, but dazzling in its atmosphere and arrangements.
Jaar’s third album in one year (so far) is one of his most fascinating and enigmatic.
The New Zealand power pop group follow up their debut with a more mature, striking sophomore effort.
A meeting of four brilliant minds that feels too short for what it could be.
The former Pulp frontman dives into a new project and new pseudonym with the risk-taking we expect from an old pro.