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The Big Freeze

by LAURA STEVENSON
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"On her fifth solo album, the New York musician both evolves as a singer-songwriter and grows in confidence, addressing heavy emotional themes with candor and grace." - 4/2/2019

You’re the Man

by MARVIN GAYE
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"Recorded in 1972, this largely unreleased ”lost” album is a mostly righteous collection of songs and fascinating glimpse into what one of the great 20th-century artists strategically allowed the culture to see." - 4/2/2019

Lifelike

by FACS
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"On their second release, the Disappears alums turn mercurial, whipping their habitual post-rock into more impressionistic, unpredictable forms." - 4/2/2019

Ilana (The Creator)

by MDOU MOCTAR
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The Tuareg musician’s first full-band studio album is an incandescent set of guitar music with a spontaneous, celebratory air—and a latent urgency reflecting the region’s very real difficulties." - 3/31/2019

Mise En Abyme

by JONI VOID
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"French-British producer Jean Cousin draws despair and wonder from within the vast unfeeling of digital communication." - 3/31/2019

English Rose

by CONNIE CONSTANCE
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"At turns soulful and spirited, the debut album from the British singer balances rabble-rousing political energy with a nonchalant chumminess." - 3/31/2019

Guns

by QUELLE CHRIS
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"Quelle Chris examines how words, fear, and skin color are weaponized, and how one’s community can dictate their relationship to firearms." - 3/31/2019

Late Night Tales

by FLOATING POINTS
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The UK DJ and producer taps the depths of his record collection in a gorgeous, moody mix that runs through ambient, jazz, psych pop, and vintage soul." - 3/29/2019

Cows on Hourglass Pond

by AVEY TARE
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"Dave Portner’s latest solo excursion stakes out a middle ground between the exterior and interior, between direct melodies and the oblique music they float on." - 3/26/2019

Capsule Losing Contact

by DUSTER
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"Duster’s debut was barely a blip on the radar—and then, like a comet, they reappeared. A comprehensive box set from Numero Group revisits the spacey, unassuming band with new perspective." - 3/26/2019

My Finest Work Yet

by ANDREW BIRD
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"After a string of releases that sometimes felt like hearing Bird think himself in circles, the singer-songwriter relaxes into his most plainly and darkly funny album in a long time." - 3/24/2019

Significant Changes

by JAYDA G
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The Canadian DJ, producer, and marine biologist bridges worlds on her debut album, weaving orcas’ songs and conservationist messages into deep-diving tracks aimed at inclusive dancefloors." - 3/24/2019

Songs of Faith

by ARETHA FRANKLIN
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The very first recordings of Aretha Franklin, captured in Detroit when she was all of 14 years old, are remastered and offer a window into the early sounds of a genius." - 3/24/2019

On the Line

by JENNY LEWIS
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The fourth album from the California indie rock icon features some of her strongest songwriting, sung gorgeously and told with piercing detail." - 3/24/2019

Matamoros

by USA/MEXICO
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"USA/Mexico are sludgy, nasty, and unclassifiable, meaning they fit perfectly into Austin's coterie of noise-rock misfits." - 3/22/2019

DJ-Kicks

by LAUREL HALO
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"On her first commercial mix album, the producer crafts a unbroken stretch of shapeshifting grooves and psychedelic fireworks." - 3/22/2019

Miss Universe

by NILÜFER YANYA
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The rapturous debut from the British singer-songwriter takes adventurous pop-rock crucibles to new heights with her illusory songwriting and stunning voice." - 3/21/2019

Plastic Anniversary

by MATMOS
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"Recorded using only plastic material, the concept of the latest Matmos album is undergirded by the compositional integrity, the quality of the sound, and the sickeningly beautiful idea of it all." - 3/18/2019

Komachi

by MEITEI
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"Blending modern techniques with deep reverence for history, producer Meitei sets out to recapture a “lost Japanese mood.”" - 3/18/2019

Downer Edn

by LOW LIFE
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The Sydney punks comb through society’s sludge on a deadpan collection of mosh pit anthems and glistening new wave synthesizers." - 3/15/2019

Groove Denied

by STEPHEN MALKMUS
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The indie-rock icon fires up his laptop and lays down a set of quasi-electronic jams that owe more to late-1970s post-punk than to the Berlin nightlife that supposedly inspired the record." - 3/15/2019

Panorama

by LA DISPUTE
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"On their Epitaph debut, the Grand Rapids post-hardcore band ruminates on the small stuff—death, grief, life, love." - 3/14/2019

PUNK

by CHAI
Pitchfork Album Reviews Said:
"The Japanese quartet devote their second album to enthusiastic, maximalist pop with a bluntly feminist message." - 3/14/2019

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