Five years in the making, Caroline's debut encourages stillness and contemplation, rewarding deep listening with rhythmic undercurrents that lure you into a meditative state. It’s an unorthodox largely instrumental post-rock album that takes multiple listens to fully grasp.
Parannoul follows up his breakout debut masterpiece with some b-sides from the recording sessions further cementing his place as the face of post modern emo. The instrumentation is coarse and visceral as the guitars cascade over one another, but the result is catharsis and vulnerability in what he says and expresses.
On his first album as Huerco S. in six years, the Kansas musician trades his customary ambient textures for an hour’s worth of intricate, off-kilter head trips and transcendence.
The Belgian duo’s debut album pairs punchy, propulsive electro pop and funk with inventive sound design, club stlyings, absurdist wit, and sly jabs at racism and xenophobia.
Nilufer Yanya’s striking second album, PAINLESS, is more inward-looking than her conceptual debut, with emotive lyrics lending themselves to a more tightly focused musical palette.
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