Le Jour et la Nuit du Réel is a departure for Colleen and a natural progression. She delivers a micro-focused version of her sound sculptures.
Spend enough time with Radian’s new LP, Distorted Rooms, and you will begin to sense the adjustments made to this musical niche right before your ears.
Pelican’s newly remixed and remastered version of The Fire in Our Throats Will Beckon the Thaw is an excellent update of a post-metal staple.
Alt-rock trio Upper Wilds’ energy and enthusiasm are seemingly endless, and like the universe, they take great pains to explore and chronicle on Jupiter.
Black Duck’s debut is an instrumental tour de force sweeping the American landscape from the southern breeze and the northern chill to the majestic ocean.
The ooze Dommengang draw from in Wished Eye is a loose, unspun wool that’s part metallic, fuzz addiction, visionary production, power trio power, and all rock.
As one-half of the experimental YoshimiOizumikiYoshiduO, Yoshimi permits her music to seemingly pop up from under the ground like a rare and fragile fungus.
Experimentalists Mats Gustafsson and Joachim Nordwall have united to create an album that, even by their compartmentalized standards, is pretty out there.
Already noted for their determination to challenge themselves and their listeners, Liturgy’s 93696 shows them refusing to settle for less when more is possible.
John Bence’s Archangels has got to be one of the quietest new albums. He’s conjured a storm’s eye, making it a fascinating aesthetic contradiction.
The Unstable Molecule is unstable in all the right ways. Isotope 217 play modern jazz, post-rock, and funk but never fully commit to these genres within any given bar.
American primitive guitar master Glenn Jones continues to let the music guide him instead of the other way around on Vade Mecum, an approach that’s never led him wrong.