Celebrate the Catalogue
A career-spanning look at music’s greatest artists.
Treble tackles the collected works of the best hardcore band of the last decade or two.
A good long look at the Van Morrison discography from his debut album through his tenure at Warner Bros.
A survey of the 15 albums by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds at the close of their 30th year as a band.
Treble takes a look back at the Prince discography on the 30th anniversary of Purple Rain.
On the 30th anniversary of the band’s debut, we take a look at the songs that saved our lives.
A thorough look at the Philadelphia duo’s full-length releases.
An in-depth look at Polly Jean Harvey’s incredibly consistent discography.
Treble’s definitive look at The Beatles’ legendary discography.
The man born Scott Engel, examined one album at a time.
In 1969, The Rolling Stones earned the title of “The Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band…
A thorough review of the band’s 33-year career.
An expansive review of Bowie’s discography.
Two turntables, a microphone, and endless creativity.
Taking a closer look at Chan Marshall’s body of work.
A 50th anniversary discographical salute.
A retrospective on Guru and Premier’s recorded works.
A re-examination of the proto-industrial performance artists.
Bob Pollard & Co. through the ages.
A thorough trip through Trent Reznor’s epic creations.
Ten albums of beauty, drama and boundless ambition.