A crisp, immersive, and overwhelmingly captivating album that puts all of the band’s strengths front and center.
Articles by David Sackllah
The prolific singer-songwriter’s most harsh and uninviting album yet may also be his best.
A beautiful collection of songs about love, loss, and struggling to leave the past behind.
The raucous Philly punks fight back against a world turned on its head.
A gentler collection of music filled with bright melodies and heartfelt lyrics.
The composer’s first solo film score is both terrifying and inspirational.
Talented guests and solid songwriting make for an enjoyable addition to the band’s legacy.
Ezra Koenig and guests return with a mature record on love, lust, and loss.
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.