A piece of self-discovery that trusts its audience enough to eschew hand-holding and easy answers.
Articles by David Sackllah
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.
The songwriters join for what feels like a true collaboration and not just a patchwork of ideas.
Arid and expansive, the latest from Bradford Cox and co. shimmers with thoughtful meditations on destruction.
Sincerity and vulnerability help the English rockers deliver their best work to date.
The ambitious songwriter delivers a series of shifting moods that swirl and coalesce into a rich tapestry.
Dylan Baldi and co. strike the precarious balance between their pop inclinations and uproarious noise.
There was something for everyone this year at Austin’s namesake festival.
A brief collection of bold folk songs that never feels slight and exudes the best writing of her career.
An album about finding family and forging a place for yourself in a world where you’re told you don’t belong.
David Longstreth side-steps the self-indulgence and delivers quirk, wit, and warmth on his brightest album yet.