No Home Record

by KIM GORDON
"After 38 years of making music, Kim Gordon’s thrilling solo debut lives at the vanguard of sound and performance, shot through with the beautiful, unsparing noise that has always defined her art." - 10/13/2019

Two Hands

by BIG THIEF
"The second landmark album this year from Big Thief is raw, tactile, and essential. The intimate songs zoom in on a band that feels, at this moment, totally invincible." - 10/10/2019

Old LP

by THAT DOG
"The ’90s alt-rockers’ first new album in more than 20 years has the vibe of a beloved record that was, for whatever reason, sitting on a shelf." - 10/9/2019

Signal

by AUTOMATIC
"The trio’s debut is an exercise in post-punk and no-wave galvanism crafted from throbbing bass, tight-zipped drumbeats, and buzzing synths." - 10/8/2019

Ghosteen

by NICK CAVE
"Forty years into his career, Nick Cave emerges with one of his most powerful albums yet, an endlessly giving and complex meditation on mortality and our collective grief." - 10/8/2019

Deceiver

by DIIV
"The shoegaze band’s third album is another portrait of addiction and recovery, but this time there’s no suggestion of a victory lap. The lyrics may wallow, but the music soars." - 10/7/2019

SOUND & FURY

by STURGILL SIMPSON
"The fourth album from the country outlaw is another left-turn with synth-rock at its scuzziest, boogie-rock at its cheesiest, all held together by Simpson’s fearless songwriting." - 9/30/2019

Blue World

by JOHN COLTRANE
"Long-lost soundtrack recordings by the saxophonist’s powerhouse quartet, made shortly after 1964’s *Crescent* sessions, capture the band at the peak of its cohesion. " - 9/29/2019

Face to Phase

by RROXYMORE
"The Berlin producer is unafraid to throw a wrench into her steady grooves, and her latest disregards clubland’s status quo for more imaginative terrain." - 9/29/2019

NINE

by BLINK-182
"The shiny, beat-heavy sound of nu-blink-182 works in starts and stops, but feels half as fun as the band used to be." - 9/27/2019

The Talkies

by GIRL BAND
"On their first new album in four years, the Irish punk quartet channel the sensation of pure, visceral panic through screeching sensory assaults and scrap-metal clang." - 9/26/2019

DSVII

by M83
"Released 12 years after *Digital Shades Vol. 1*, M83’s new collection of instrumentals doubles as a playful tribute to classic video-game soundtracks." - 9/22/2019