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A. G. Cook, “Britpop”

Marking the end of the PC Music era, the three-disc album is a mystifying project that goes beyond Cook’s evolving aesthetic as it traverses the past, present, and future.

May 14, 2024
Pillow Queens, “Name Your Sorrow”

Darker, thornier, and bolder than its predecessors, the Dublin-based rockers’ third album leans on Greek mythology to spin its own tales about love’s labors.

May 10, 2024
Chanel Beads, “Your Day Will Come”

Shane Lavers captures the awe and unease of humanity’s impermanence on his debut album of dissociative dream pop.

April 23, 2024
girl in red, “I’M DOING IT AGAIN BABY!”

Marie Ulven’s revved-up sophomore LP is both fun and uncomfortable, a poperatic portrait of the artist fucking up and learning in real time.

April 18, 2024
Four Tet, “Three”

Kieran Hebden magnifies his newfound dexterity with rave-ready recordings and ambient ballads while maintaining a familiar sense of consistency.

March 19, 2024
Fat Dog Will Soon Have Your Attention

With only two songs currently to their name, the London dance-punk experimentalists discuss the infinite possibilities their future might hold ahead of taking the stage at FLOODfest this week.

March 12, 2024
Bolis Pupul, “Letter to Yu”

The Belgian musician’s solo debut interprets loss through electronic sounds as Pupul processes new sensations experienced in his late mother’s homeland of Hong Kong.

March 11, 2024
This Year’s GRAMMYs Were Another Reminder That It’s All About the Music, Not the Awards

The 66th edition of the ceremony was packed with memorable performances, powerful speeches, and questionable wins.

February 05, 2024
PACKS, “Melt the Honey”

Their third full-length in four years captures the Toronto garage rockers at their most vigorous and imperfectly comforting.

January 22, 2024
EKKSTACY Is a Work in Progress

With his self-titled third album arriving this week, the post-punk revivalist shares how everything from a lingering fear of death to a diverse set of musical influences found their way into the LP.

January 18, 2024
X-Ray Spex, “Conscious Consumer” [2023 Reissue]

Nearly three decades after its release, the second and final album from Poly Styrene’s formidable punk troupe gets a new life—although its prophetic lyrics prevent it from ever falling out of relevance.

December 20, 2023
Sampha, “Lahai”

The English alt-R&B musician’s timeline-warping sophomore release is a celebration of connection through movement.

October 23, 2023
The Unicorns Were Trying to Show Us Life’s Absurdity

With the Canadian group’s LP Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone? turning 20 over the weekend, we look back on how the cult project was not only fantastical, but also prophetic.

October 23, 2023
In Conversation
Be Your Own Pet: The Grown-Up Version

Jemina Pearl and Nathan Vasquez reflect on the healing journey that resulted in the Nashville punks’ third record—and first as full-fledged adults—Mommy.

August 28, 2023
cumgirl8, “phantasea pharm”

With their first release on 4AD, the curious quartet tease gripping fragments of their unfathomable world with their strangest and most diverse-sounding project to date.

August 23, 2023

Aluna / photo by divisuals

In Conversation
The Future Is Aluna’s for the Taking

The producer/songwriter breaks down the themes of her sophomore LP MYCELiUM while advocating for the representation of Black women in EDM.

July 17, 2023
Dominic Fike, “Sunburn”

The songwriter and Euphoria actor’s sophomore record feels more grounded and mature than his debut without losing his no-bullshit charm.

July 14, 2023
Arlo Parks Shares One Last Single Ahead of Sophomore Album “My Soft Machine”

A video for new track “Devotion” lands before the LP drops tomorrow via Transgressive.

May 25, 2023
Charli XCX, Dua Lipa, Nicki Minaj, Ice Spice, and More Will Appear on Star-Studded “Barbie” Soundtrack

The OST drops July 21 to coincide with the movie hitting theaters.

May 25, 2023
Dominic Fike’s New LP “Sunburn” Will Pay Homage to His Native Sunshine State

The follow-up to 2020’s What Could Possibly Go Wrong is out July 7 via Columbia Records.

May 24, 2023
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