London band Black Country, New Road's debut is electrifying. With Wood's morbid vocals and psychedelic instrumentation, For the First Time accurately traces an unusual breakup.
Weezer's fourteenth album carries beautiful, well-crafted lyrics and an instrumental that plays between baroque and minimalism. It's their best set of songs in years.
Following the same folklore's patterns ― released by surprise and born from Swift's union with Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff ― evermore appears as Swift's most daring album, featuring atmospheric pop ballads and her first country songs in years.
Big Thief's lead singer, Adrianne Lenker, releases two new albums, songs and instrumentals, both full of deep feelings, delicacy, sharp writing and a unique beauty.
On their fourth album, the experimental group of Hip Hop, clipping., takes all their characteristics and ambitions to a higher level, delivering a responsible, unique and visceral project.
Accompanied by E Street Band for the first time in six years, Springsteen and his new album, Letter To You, delivers timeless songs cautiously written, loaded with deep feelings and nostalgia. In other words, tracks that were already born canonically.
On their beautiful fourth album, the American band Fleet Foxes, led by composer and singer Robin Pecknold, reaches its highest point: sharp and intimate compositions with a sound that acts like a welcoming and cozy atmosphere.
On his latest album, Gold Record, Bill Callahan takes on a more intense role as a storyteller who traces detailed and precise lyrics and develops a sound that seems to echo from the world.
In the new 45-minute track from The Microphones, Phil Elverum returns with sharp, vivid and intimate writing, telling his whole story alongside two guitar chords.
Last Year Was Weird, Vol. 2, the second part of a trilogy of EPs, is a fun, engaging and representative project that features well-written lines and a sharp production.
With a more abstract composition and sharper instrumental, the second album by Irish band Fontaines D.C., A Hero's Death, is great, deep, hypnotic, intense and works as a kind of obscure energy that involves the listener.
English band Creeper's second album, Sex, Death & The Infinite Void, is energizing, captivating and intriguing. An incredible rebirth for them.