Julia Holter Aviary Domino Records · October 26, 2018 With Aviary, Julia Holter has released the unquestionable album of the year—and even one of the albums of the decade. She has cemented her place as […]
Joji Ballads 1 88rising · October 26, 2018 Joji leans further into his dark emotional grit than ever before, distancing himself from the immature satire of his past.
MØ Forever Neverland Sony Records · October 19, 2018 When MØ tries out new styles, she shows a glimmer of hope that she could be more than just a top 40 collaborator.
Elvis Costello & The Imposters Look Now Concord Records · October 12, 2018 Following a recording hiatus, Elvis Costello returns to prove that his talent did not dwindle.
Tennis is Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, a husband and wife songwriting duo from Colorado. Their fourth album, Yours Conditionally, is out now on Mutually Detrimental, featuring a return to writing while living on a […]
On Syd‘s solo debut, there is as much looking back as there is anticipating the future as The Internet frontwoman works carves her own musical path on a gripping R&B-infused effort. At first glance, Syd […]
Working alone, Dave Longstreth opens a window into his newly single mind with his intimate and masterful new record. Dirty Projectors is a different album for a different Dave Longstreth, and a very different Dirty […]
Cherry Glazerr Apocalipstick Lit-ness Test*: *Out of 5 Dominic Yamarone gives us his take on the band’s upcoming release via Secretly Canadian Cherry Glazerr’s sophomore album, Apocalipstick, is a masterpiece of the modern DIY rock scene. […]