A year after Benji, Mark Kozelek struggles through love and loss in the present tense.
A phenomenally poised and universally approachable solo debut.
Mackenzie Scott’s second album as Torres threatens to swallow you whole with its conviction.
The band that once lived in your television now lives on vinyl.
The barest and most vivid music Sufjan Stevens has ever made.
The Compton rapper’s 79-minute epic proves he’s one of the most restlessly creative artists in music today.
Spectacular debut embodies the ‘70s singer-songwriter spirit with impeccable innocence.
Lady Lamb returns with experimental pop that isn’t afraid to get intimate.
The legendary double LP gets the deluxe reissue treatment.
Deacon reduces the personnel and streamlines his process to draw out his inner riffer.
Josh Tillman returns with a scorching rumination on the modern state of life and love.
The Pennsylvania rockers more than deliver on their promise with an excellent sophomore LP.
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