On her debut album, Ethel Cain delivers a cathartic, folkloric, refined and highly moving cinematic experience. The sprawling conceptual masterpiece blends together southern gothic, slowcore, and chamber pop among other musical influences to create a potent portrait of youthful raw emotion.
The debut from Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood, and Sons of Kemet drummer Tom Skinner’s new group is instantly, unmistakably the best album yet by a Radiohead side project. A top-tier piece of art rock.
After 5 years Kendrick returns with a hefty double album that ties personal pain to collective trauma, in contention as his best project behind TPAB.
Balancing a dramatic soundtrack with heartfelt emotion, Florence + the Machine deliver a generous offering of dance and restorative energy.
Australian pop trio, Dorsal Fins third LP draws a line between airy and surrealist pop, electronic rhythms and bright psychedelic soundscapes.
Sister Ray’s debut album is a reflective beautiful record reminiscent of Adrienne Lenker’s work as Big Thief.
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