Country pop star’s post-breakup album flounders under too many glitzy, cheesy pop flourishes.
A bit of peace ideal for a bus ride or walk, a path to find solace in isolation and contemplation.
Austin trio blend psych rock, proto-metal, prog, and more into one heavy mix.
Legendary guitarist releases a low stakes bunch of tunes, including a mysterious guest.
Dark themes, solid tunes run wild on Austin band’s Merge debut.
Merrill Garbus produces a record that weaves funk, new wave, and more into dramatic narrative.
The sound of a band learning to work together again and finding that they aren’t as rusty as they might think.
A haunting record far more complex than the stereotypical “dark” tag she’s often stuck with.
Leeds experimental indie outfit returns with a confident albeit brief effort to last year’s debut.
Life and death bring the young star’s prayers into clearer, stunning focus.
The National’s Dessner brothers lead a star-studded cast for a Grateful Dead covers album.
Will Toledo looks long at himself and us, a nauseous survivor of modernity.
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