A tightened, sharpened, but concise set of post-punk.
A richly arranged pop album that seeks a deeper interior understanding
With a sardonic view of a dark timeline, Band of Horses return with an exceptional set of songs.
On Morris’ fourth album, she sounds cool, collected and free.
The North Carolina indie heroes’ first pandemic recording is a sunnier, dreamier pop wonder.
The UK jazz artist enhances his new school sound with a greater degree of electronic elements.
The New York noise-gazers balance their cacophony and sonic experiments with some of their strongest post-punk sounds to date.
An EP that does what its title says, while keeping listeners in a trance
Alynda Segarra tackles heavy topics but retains some hope on one of their strongest albums to date
Spoon’s hardest rocking album in years finds them with a renewed verve and confidence of direction
The singer/songwriter delivers a set of outsized rock anthems with a deeply personal bent
The Baltimore duo’s eighth album and first double album is a grand statement, heavy on vibes.
The Irish post-punk group step up their game in a big way on their latest LP.
Further exploration and expansion abound on the group’s new double album
The London group’s debut is eclectic cool, swirling cumbia, psych and surf rock
The group makes a turn toward the revelatory with their psychedelic, stunning new album
A worthwhile and enjoyable sixth album that carries a bit of exhaustion.