The New Jersey power trio's latest lays bare Marissa Paternoster's chronic illness with the fireworks of arena rock.
On Sauna, Phil Elverum captures a grand, architectural vision of the world outside his Anacortes, Washington window.
On their self-titled debut the Calgary post-punks don't offer a second coming of their old band. But in its place: a revival.
Tristan Bath's London-based drone project challenges, soothes, and strikes harmonies you didn't know you had.
The Toronto group think outside the Metal Box, and perform a musical archaeology in service of self-discovery.
The globetrotting Swedish psych band's second album is an aesthetic marvel, but it might take some tricky mental gymnastics to get past their appropriation.
Get their joyfully unsettled sound in your world.
The most compulsively listenable doom you'll hear all week.
But don't fret, the South London sleazeballs' debut is getting a reissue and scads more attention courtesy of Fat Possum.
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