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Empress Of: I’m Your Empress Of

Lorely Rodriguez’s third album, largely written and produced alone, refocuses her voice into an emotionally and aesthetically rich album of heartbreak, family history, and pop…

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Pearl Jam: Gigaton

Eleven albums in, a band that has become an industry unto itself attempts an artistic rejuvenation that still seems out of reach. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/pearl-jam-gigaton/ Indie…

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Yaeji: What We Drew

Yaeji’s first full-length mixtape is a subtle, more insular turn for the producer. It plays like a self-issued challenge to strip away the fluorescence, to…

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Vanessa Carlton: Love Is An Art

On her sixth studio album, the former TRL star writes and sings with worldly wisdom and plaintive abandon. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/vanessa-carlton-love-is-an-art/ Indie Brew found this story…

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Herbie Hancock: Head Hunters

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The Necks: Three

More than 30 years into their career, the Australian experimental trio can still make the mundane feel miraculous. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/the-necks-three/ Indie Brew found this story…

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Hot Mulligan: You’ll Be Fine

The second album from the Michigan emo band feels like a product of another era: itching to cross over, but without anywhere to cross over…

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Nine Inch Nails: Ghosts V: Together / Ghosts VI: Locusts

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross strike a tone similar to their soundtrack work, alternating between hope and dread in sprawling ambient meditations released in response…

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Half Waif: The Caretaker

Synth-pop auteur Nandi Rose renders a nuanced, deeply compelling portrait of a woman turning away from the world just when she needs help the most….

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Sufjan Stevens & Lowell Brams: Aporia

Eleven years after Music for Insomnia, Stevens and his stepfather reunite on a collection of warm, improvisatory synth-wave epics; intimate and unvarnished, they double as…

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Lilly Hiatt: Walking Proof

On her fourth album, the Nashville singer-songwriter moves beyond the unadorned Americana of previous albums to arrive at new sounds, moods, and emotions. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/lilly-hiatt-walking-proof/…

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Windy & Carl: Allegiance and Conviction

Turning their atmospheric soft focus on everyday life, this is as close as the Detroit dream-pop duo has come to making a pop record; it’s…

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Ol’ Dirty Bastard: Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version

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Move D and Benjamin Brunn: Let’s Call It a Day

The pieces on this reissued 2006 album blend techno’s forward motion with the swirl of ambient. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/move-d-and-benjamin-brunn-lets-call-it-a-day/ Indie Brew found this story and shared…

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The Weeknd: After Hours

Abel Tesfaye finally delivers on his long-running vision, leveraging a self-loathing villain into an irresistible, cinematic narrative with his most satisfying collision of new wave,…

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Toots and the Maytals: Funky Kingston

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Gigi Masin: Calypso

Inspired by the tranquility of the Greek island of Gavdos, the Italian ambient musician luxuriates in leisurely synth passages and gentle piano melodies. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/gigi-masin-calypso/…

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Roger Eno and Brian Eno:Mixing Colours

The ambient icon and his younger brother, a well-known pianist in his own right, reveal the results of an intimate musical conversation stretching back 15…

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Dogleg: Melee

The thrilling debut from the Michigan rock band burns hot and bright. It’s a record that’s as melodic as it is physical, where pent-up aggression…

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Sam Gendel: Satin Doll

On his Nonesuch debut, the innovative saxophonist reinvents jazz standards with a psychedelic hip-hop touch. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/sam-gendel-satin-doll/ Indie Brew found this story and shared it…

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No Doubt: Tragic Kingdom

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