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By Brian Peterson · 27 June 2014
"What Is This Heart?" by How To Dress Well finds Tom Krell surveying the landscape of human existence with his characteristic charm and grace.
By Cameron Deuel · 11 June 2014
clipping.'s sophomore effort, CLPPNG, is an intelligent satirization of rap culture, highlighting an embarrassment of riches by embarrassing the rich.
By Kaelin Bougneit · 14 May 2014
'To Be Kind' is a ceaselessly impressive, carefully crafted, powerful masterpiece from Swans.
By Barnabas Abraham · 13 May 2014
Sylvan Esso’s debut album feels like an electronic folk record without a needless sense of novelty.
By Kaelin Bougneit · 12 May 2014
BadBadNotGood's "III" is the sound of a band coming into their own, recognizing their ability, and making something truly breathtaking.
By Cameron Deuel · 05 May 2014
The impending finality of 'I Never Learn' works in Lykke Li’s favor, promoting a matured, jaded outlook on the futility of love while also concluding the story arc started six years ago.
By Ramon Romano · 26 March 2014
Though 'Singles' is an undoubtedly solid album, Future Islands don’t give into the glamour of their own fiery passion, fanning the flames of their work while exhibiting remarkable control.
By Kaelin Bougneit · 28 January 2014
Hospitality's 'Trouble' is a record filled with sharp, smart, and charming pop gems.
By Travis Block · 23 January 2014
Against Me!'s 'Transgender Dysphoria Blues' makes you feel as if acceptance and understanding is right around the corner.
By Kaelin Bougneit · 20 November 2013
Warp's reissues of Boards of Canada's EPs do justice to these beautiful, emotional, and cautiously nostalgic works of art.
By Travis Block · 01 November 2013
The 10th anniversary edition of Death Cab for Cutie's 'Transatlanticism' includes a disc of demos that sheds some light on the band's recording process.
By Tom Phelan · 26 September 2013
The anniversary edition of Nirvana's 'In Utero', shows the band pushing towards a creative freedom unconstrained by 'Nevermind's' success.
By Luis Paez-Pumar · 24 September 2013
'The Bones Of What You Believe', the long-awaited debut from CHVRCHES, burns brightly in a blaze of fulfilled potential.
By Travis Block · 23 September 2013
Bill Callahan's 'Dream River' is a quiet, yet stunning album filled with personal anecdotes about life, love, and loss.
By Cameron Deuel · 20 September 2013
NO CEREMONY///'s self-titled debut offers a cinematic warmth throughout; computer-generated kindness that is, sometimes, desperately required.
By Barnabas Abraham · 19 September 2013
San Fermin's debut is something incredibly special; delicate, refined, and unashamedly beautiful.