A fulsome collection of amblers, anthems, and torch songs.
A varied and vibrant record that’s a steady, reliably smart listen from start to end.
The bass virtuoso and guests prowl through instrumental genius and juvenile jokes.
The ambitious, sprawling type of memoir that only Stephin Merritt could write.
After a decade-long hiatus, the band is as sure of its footing as ever.
Nayvadius Wilburn remains drunk on his own myth amid his latest flavor of the week.
Another installment of technical death metal with few compromises.
A heavy, artsy, and dramatic record that offers more with each listen.
Rattled and disgusted, Kozelek vents about everything from gun control to Donald Trump.
David Longstreth goes solo to turn struggles with loneliness and heartbreak into a glitchy mix of dance music.
A stunning scrapbook that captures heartbreak in an intimate array of snapshots.
The autobiographical songwriter remains as raw and forthcoming as ever.