Combining field recordings with quiet, droning musical touches, A Softer Focus from experimentalist Claire Rousay may be her strongest work yet.
Canadian composer Colin Fisher brings his jazz chops to an odd, calming collection of new-age psychedelia, Reflections of the Invisible World.
The latest album from legendary producer Daniel Lanois, Heavy Sun, combines his longtime love of gospel organ music with his more familiar sounds.
Visionist’s A Call to Arms is a success. Louis Carnell has dialed down on the noise and written the most straightforward, emotionally-charged work of his career.
Brooklyn-based composer Rachika Nayar’s first full-length album Our Hands Against the Dusk is infused with a kaleidoscopic beauty.
Commissioned to create music for a multimedia stage show, A Winged Victory for the Sullen delivered 13 breathtaking compositions that pull largely from their vast experiencing composing for film and television.
Dan Knishkowy's alt-folk collective Adeline Hotel is whittled down to a party of one, with improvised acoustic guitar taking center stage on Good Timing.
Sigur Rós' Odin's Raven Magic is a classical treasure that highlights Icelandic literature and maintains the band's otherworldly sound.
Yellow River Blue is the latest in a string of success stories for electronic producer Yu Su, and it's her boldest, most eclectic statement yet.
Animated Matter's debut Selkie sports alternately lush and minimal, buoyant and chthonic, soundscapes that conjure archetypal themes and evoke complex emotional responses.
The latest compilation from Light in the Attic's "Japan Archival Series" explores the edgier pop that rose out of the age of prosperity and consumerism.