Intensified grand piano grays and blues from Spencer Krug.
The Brooklyn-based duo turn troubled hostility into an eerie threat.
An exercise in pointless cultural appropriation rather than a mission statement.
Jeff Tweedy’s solo debut wades in the familiar but clings to moments of greatness
The Superdrag offshoot hints at pure pop songwriting beneath its uncannily faithful shoegaze revivalism.
This Oklahoma three-piece stretches the limits of an infectious hook on their sophomore album.
Inspired by the California desert, SMD ditch the computers and sink into their analog daydreams.
A confident shift in sound that finally solidifies who Delta Spirit are.
Verbose, complex rhymes deliver real revelations in surreal packaging.
A confident work that approaches the halcyon days of Led Zeppelin.
The Chicago quartet smooths out psych pop, but mostly sticks close to home.
It may be the band’s White Album, but it feels more like their Abbey Road.
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