Warp’s reissues of Boards of Canada’s EPs do justice to these beautiful, emotional, and cautiously nostalgic works of art.
M.I.A.’s excellent ‘Matangi’ is the sound of an artist at the top of her game.
The 10th anniversary edition of Death Cab for Cutie’s ‘Transatlanticism’ includes a disc of demos that sheds some light on the band’s recording process.
Phosphorescent’s ‘Muchcacho De Lujo’ packs the original album with a few raw live tracks that serve to encourage further immersion into the record.
Russian Circles’ ‘Memorial’ is a distinctive step forward for the unique band.
‘Julia With Blue Jeans On’ is the best release under Spencer Krug’s Moonface moniker, a heart-stomping master class in optimism.
Spacious and psychedelic, ‘Psychic’ is Darkside’s stunning, genre-defying debut album.
Oneohtrix Point Never’s ‘R Plus Seven’ will suck you in with its avant-garde approach and spellbinding musicianship.
‘Days Are Gone’, the much-anticipated debut from Haim, lives up to the hype by dabbling in different sounds and genres.
The anniversary edition of Nirvana’s ‘In Utero’, shows the band pushing towards a creative freedom unconstrained by ‘Nevermind’s’ success.
On ‘This Is… Icona Pop’, the Icona Pop duo meet and exceed the promise they’ve shown for so long.
‘The Bones Of What You Believe’, the long-awaited debut from CHVRCHES, burns brightly in a blaze of fulfilled potential.
Bill Callahan’s ‘Dream River’ is a quiet, yet stunning album filled with personal anecdotes about life, love, and loss.
NO CEREMONY///’s self-titled debut offers a cinematic warmth throughout; computer-generated kindness that is, sometimes, desperately required.
San Fermin’s debut is something incredibly special; delicate, refined, and unashamedly beautiful.