Carey Mercer and co.’s latest is a large and sacred triumph.
Awfully charming for something that’s eating itself alive from the inside
Another engaging, tangled, beautiful environment that will be hard to forget.
Twelve lullabies for nobodies.
Noah Lennox surprises with a blissful set of five new and reworked songs.
Owen Ashworth’s latest shows a songwriter with a plethora of ideas and a new confidence.
An album of safe material that could’ve been on any of the band’s previous records.
The bludgeoning debut from a family band that’s more Misfits than Hansons.
The indie pop duo’s fifth album is a dream that’s hard to remember.
The British R&B singer’s latest EP conveys the complexity and contradictions of humanity.
The cerebral Chicago rapper bears new fruit on his nine-song EP.
Ex-Dirty Projectors bassist builds a strange, enchanting landscape on her debut solo LP.
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