A deeply-layered, opaque album.
There’s nothing here that the preceding studio album didn’t already do more effectively and comprehensively.
William Tyler’s fourth record celebrates a vanishing America.
Cult Following is a gorgeous, densely structured album full of surprises.
Bob Mould continues his exploration of dark times and heavy hearts.
More Rain is one of M. Ward's most sonically broad solo releases
Let it never be said that Patrick Stickles doesn’t try hard enough.
For Mac McCaughan, it’s interesting that the record that sounds the least like anything he’s ever done is the first one he’s put his own name on
Why not go all-in on the “coming of age” storyline instead of starting with five unrelated songs before switching midstream?
Waxahatchee has come a long way from the fragile home recordings Katie Crutchfield produced for her breakup-themed debut, American Weekend.