Talented guests and solid songwriting make for an enjoyable addition to the band’s legacy.
Articles by David Sackllah
Ezra Koenig and guests return with a mature record on love, lust, and loss.
A gentler collection of music filled with bright melodies and heartfelt lyrics.
The Canadian punks return with a modern tale of failed dreams, economic crises, and lost hopes.
Arena-sized rock with pristine polish meets the murky waters of life’s obstacles.
The fact that this transitional album exists at all is what makes it special.
A piece of self-discovery that trusts its audience enough to eschew hand-holding and easy answers.
The songwriter’s third album does a delicate dance that never wavers or shakes.
The Animal Collective founder creates an album awash with sound that envelops the listener in a gentle, serene manner.
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