Norwegian band Kings of Convenience’s first album in 12 years arrives with old habits: simplistic and warm songs that embrace the listener in a friendly feeling filled with fond memories.
Katy Kirby – Cool Dry Place
With comforting instrumentation and cautious lyrics, Cold Dry Place emerges as the perfect debut for the Texas singer.
The Weather Station – Ignorance
On her fifth studio album under the name The Weather Station, Tamara Lindeman takes her biggest and boldest step, delivering the best compositions of her career alongside beautiful melodies that preach the calm of nature.
Adrianne Lenker – songs and instrumentals
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.
Sufjan Stevens – The Ascension
Despite having an excellent production, well-written lyrics and good intentions, Sufjan Stevens' new album, The Ascension, arrives as a dense and detailed album, which is also sometimes boring, very long and monotone.
Fleet Foxes – Shore
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.
Bill Callahan – Gold Record
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.
Angel Olsen – Whole New Mess
Whole New Mess, the raw material for the American singer's 2019 album All Mirrors, sounds more intimate and personal, but also a bit dragged and boring.
Jason Molina – Eight Gates
The last and posthumous album by American singer Jason Molina, Eight Gates, is full of songs that carry good intentions, however, the feeling of being unfinished speaks louder.
Taylor Swift – folklore
Built from afar, with Aaron Dessner and Jack Antonoff, Taylor Swift's eighth album, folklore, is not only a collection of beautiful, deep and cinematic songs, but also an important point and movement in the singer's career.
Sufjan Stevens – “America”
The world make Stevens lose his hope in America and "America" represents this in the best possible way.
Neil Young – Homegrown
After almost five decades lost, Neil Young's Homegrown is released, and with it a set of intimate, true and simply beautiful songs reach the world, completing the singer's artistic peak and discography.