This reissue of a groundbreaking, out-of-print album, Botch’s We Are the Romans holds the emotions of its time, the musical incarnation of millennial anxiety.
Deafheaven’s Infinite Granite is a very successful shoegaze-inspired alt-rock record with a great sense of dynamics and some really catchy songs.
On SINNER GET READY, Lingua Ignota resides in the world, but not of it, crafting a bone-chillingly cathartic final product that deals in righteousness and reflection in turns.
Jaye Jayle salvage the best materials from Iggy Pop and David Bowie's Berlin-era on Prisyn to construct a powerful and impressive engine all their own.
Dylan Carlson and Adrienne Davies strip all ornamentation away from Earth's sound on their ninth studio album, Full Upon Her Burning Lips, the band's purest sonic statement to date.
With her debut Thalassa, the stellar singer Ioanna Gika arrives with tasteful orchestrations, stunning arrangement, and immersive delivery to create an album of intelligent art pop.
For Jaye Jayle's sophomore record, Evan Patterson continues the evolution of his project, taking Americana to more experimental realms.