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Rufus Wainwright: Unfollow the Rules

Rufus Wainwright’s first original album in eight years isn’t so much a reinvention as an opulently crafted highlight reel, a career-spanning sampler of the singer’s…

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Grateful Dead: Workingman’s Dead

Newly reissued with bonus material for its 50th anniversary, the Dead’s fourth album returned them to their folk-blues roots and transformed the trajectory of their…

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Galcher Lustwerk: Proof

On a companion EP to last year’s Information, the New York house producer continues to experiment with new styles, but the prevailing mood is one…

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Lonnie Holley: National Freedom

In a 2014 session with the late Richard Swift, the Alabama sculptor and blues man builds on the foundation of American roots music, reshaping his…

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6lack: 6pc Hot EP

On his laid-back and locked-in new EP, the Atlanta singer-rapper sounds more subtle and assured than ever. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/6lack-6pc-hot-ep/ Indie Brew found this story and…

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MIKE: Weight of the World

On his wonderful and grief-stricken new album, the Bronx rapper pays tribute to his late mother and proves that his voice grows stronger even in…

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Zachary Cale: False Spring

Returning after a five-year absence, the Brooklyn musician slots into a tradition of cryptic, pastoral singer-songwriters; more than his lyrics, it’s the peaceful mood-setting that…

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Baauer: Planet’s Mad

With battering-ram drums and cavernous bass, the producer’s second album is a high-energy drama about planetary destruction that almost dares you not to take it…

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Mazzy Star: So Tonight That I Might See

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we…

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Like Water

The Australian producer trades the moody house of his breakout hit, “Winona,” for big-room techno suggestive of the kinds of clubs he has gotten used…

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Ohmme: Fantasize Your Ghost

The Chicago duo experiments with how many wayward impulses fit inside conventional pop structures on their expansive and thrilling second album. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/ohmme-fantasize-your-ghost/ Indie Brew…

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Flying Lotus: Flamagra (Instrumentals)

The instrumental edition of last year’s cosmic jazz-funk odyssey brings Flying Lotus’ detailed compositions and soundscaping to center stage. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/flying-lotus-flamagra-instrumentals/ Indie Brew found this…

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Iggy Pop: The Bowie Years

A new boxed set documents Iggy Pop’s formative years working alongside David Bowie in Berlin, the moment Pop left the sound of the Stooges behind…

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Cavern of Anti-Matter: In Fabric OST

Spanning 35 tracks in nearly two hours, the Stereolab spinoff’s first foray into film soundtracks balances playful electronic mood pieces with drones and nameless dread….

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2nd Grade: Hit to Hit

The Philly indie pop band’s second album keeps things hooky and whimsical across 24 tracks of mostly light fare and dynamic songwriting. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/2nd-grade-hit-to-hit/ Indie…

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Deerhoof: Future Teenage Cave Artists

On their 15th album, the indie-rock institution goes apocalyptic with their first concept record. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/deerhoof-future-teenage-cave-artists/ Indie Brew found this story and shared it with…

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Greg Fox: Contact

On his third solo album, the New York drummer sheds his earlier records’ conceptual frameworks, marshaling percussive chaos into increasingly controlled forms. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/greg-fox-contact/ Indie…

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The 1975: Notes on a Conditional Form

Matty Healy, the enfant terrible of pop-rock, pushes his band all-in with their longest and most uncentered album; it is also their funniest and most…

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Moby: All Visible Objects

Richard Melville Hall is back to doing what he does best: making soaring electronic music for billboard-sized emotions. Introspection? Not so much. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/moby-all-visible-objects/ Indie…

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El Alfa: El Androide

The rising Dominican star carries dembow into the mainstream on this mammoth double album, sanding down some of the grimy genre’s rough edges in the…

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Woods: Strange to Explain

The New York psych-folk band makes a welcome return to form with a dreamy, unsettling, Mellotron-filled album that feels especially appropriate right now. Source: https://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/woods-strange-to-explain/…

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