Album of the Week

Eartheater - Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin

October 2, 2020
[avant folk, chamber folk]

Eartheater returns with an intimate collection of avant-folk songs that undulate from traditional acoustic instruments; affecting choral vocal performances; and bizarre, electronically manipulated squeals, groans, and whirs

EP of the Week

yawner. - perennial

[computer post punk]

Other Notable Releases

Róisín Murphy - Róisín Machine [nu disco, dance pop]

On her fifth solo album, Roisin Murphy finds a new role as a dancefloor truth-teller, infusing euphoric house and disco epics with thrilling expressions of desire, regret, and self-knowledge.

Jónsi - Shiver [art pop, glitch pop]

Sigur Ros frontman Jonsi leans into his newly discovered love for “gay techno” on Shiver, an album produced with A.G. Cook. The album is dynamic and surprising, harsh and soothing, and full of placid melodies suddenly spiked with panic.

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