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The Regrettes, “Further Joy”

Recalling early-’00s pop-punk, the band’s third record creates an experience that’s new and surprising yet familiar and comforting at the same time.

April 12, 2022
A Place to Bury Strangers, See Through You

The noise rockers’ 6th album expands upon the electronic, warehouse-rave-set, live sound introduced on last year’s “Hologram” EP.

February 07, 2022
Hear Both Tracks From Le Butcherettes and Death Valley Girls’ Newly Announced Split 7-Inch

The split will also get a vinyl release via Suicide Squeeze on February 11.

January 18, 2022
Julie Doiron, “I Thought of You”

On her first solo albums since 2012, the Canadian songwriter crafts a visceral feeling of joy and camaraderie with the help of her backing band.

December 10, 2021
Emma Ruth Rundle, “Engine of Hell”

Stripped of textured guitars and big sounds characteristic of her past output, Rundle leans into singer-songwriter qualities reminiscent of Nick Drake or Sibylle Baier.

November 04, 2021
Georgia Harmer Fondly Looks Back on Summer Days in “Headrush” Video

The songwriter’s debut single is out now via Arts & Crafts.

November 03, 2021
Caleb Landry Jones, “Gadzooks Vol. 1”

On Jones’ funhouse follow-up to his psych-rock debut, each interrelated song serves as a madcap one-man show within a cosmic, comic drama.

September 27, 2021
MONO, “Pilgrimage of the Soul”

The Tokyo-based instrumental post-rockers’ 11th album is an emotional journey that stirs the psyche with its meditative qualities.

September 17, 2021
Wolves in the Throne Room, “Primordial Arcana”

The PNW-based group achieves a rustic and pastoral quality landing somewhere between black metal and something more otherworldly.

August 19, 2021
Death Valley Girls, “Street Venom” (Deluxe Edition)

This reissue of the band’s 2014 debut gives new focus and meaning to details from the original release.

July 29, 2021
Anika, “Change”

Witnessing Anika’s evolution from her debut to sophomore album is like experiencing the world go from black and white to color.

July 21, 2021
Azure Ray, “Remedy”

Maria Taylor and Orenda Fink’s first record in a decade proves they can seamlessly pick up from where they left off.

June 16, 2021
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, “Butterfly 3000”

The shapeshifting group’s second album of 2021 is straight up psychedelic from start to finish.

June 14, 2021
Alan Vega, “Mutator”

The posthumous release from the late Suicide singer is a time capsule of the industrial sounds of ’90s NYC.

April 22, 2021
Lost Girls, “Menneskekollektivet”

The debut record from Jenny Hval and Håvard Volden feels both familiar and new, sounding classical yet edgy.

March 24, 2021
The Black Angels, “Live at Levitation”

Like a memoir, “Live at Levitation” tells the story of The Black Angels on the rise.

March 22, 2021
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