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Ascending Mount Kimbie on ‘The Sunset Violent’

Ascending Mount Kimbie on ‘The Sunset Violent’

Mount Kimbie stir their influences into The Sunset Violent so well that it’s distinctly a record of theirs and an enjoyable one at that. 

Kelly Moran’s ‘Moves in the Field’ Calms Fear and Anxiety

Kelly Moran’s ‘Moves in the Field’ Calms Fear and Anxiety

Kelly Moran explores the ghost in the machine on Moves in the Field, a delicate, thoughtful album of “solo” neoclassical piano explorations.

Kassa Overall Dazzles on Eclectic and Forward-Thinking ‘Animals’

Kassa Overall Dazzles on Eclectic and Forward-Thinking ‘Animals’

Kassa Overall creates a record worthy of your time and that of anyone interested in free-thinking music. Animals pushes jazz and hip-hop further.

Squid’s ‘O Monolith’ Is a Paranoid Post-Genre Maelstrom

Squid’s ‘O Monolith’ Is a Paranoid Post-Genre Maelstrom

Squid follow up 2020’s Bright Green Field with a tighter, leaner, more refined version of their signature melding of sonic chaos and compositional ambition.

Kelela Trades Hooks for Atmosphere on Sensuous ‘Raven’

Kelela Trades Hooks for Atmosphere on Sensuous ‘Raven’

Returning from a five-year hiatus, Kelela’s Raven isn’t an explosive comeback for the alternative R&B singer but a downtempo reflection.

Daniel Rossen’s Debut ‘You Belong There’ Is Cinematic Folk-Rock

Daniel Rossen’s Debut ‘You Belong There’ Is Cinematic Folk-Rock

Daniel Rossen, songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist from Grizzly Bear and Department of Eagles, releases his sublime debut solo album You Belong There.

Mira Calix Makes a Dada Dance Record with ‘Absent Origin’

Mira Calix Makes a Dada Dance Record with ‘Absent Origin’

Mira Calix’s Absent Origin takes the concepts of Dada and re-arrangement from visual artists such as Duchamp for a series of tracks impossible to pin down.

Nala Sinephro’s First LP is One for the Pantheon of Cosmic Jazz Classics

Nala Sinephro’s First LP is One for the Pantheon of Cosmic Jazz Classics

Nala Sinephro’s Space 1.8 is minimalist, an understated electroacoustic gem perfect for late-night listening. It’s one for the pantheon of cosmic jazz classics.

Squarepusher’s ‘Feed Me Weird Things’ Still Sounds Giddy With Possibility 25 Years Later

Squarepusher’s ‘Feed Me Weird Things’ Still Sounds Giddy With Possibility 25 Years Later

Squarepusher’s debut album, Feed Me Weird Things, gets a welcome reissue from Warp Records. “Bass guitar over electronic music” is his center—the mantra he has kept returning to for 25 years.

Jockstrap’s ‘Wicked City’ Is an Unfolding of Boundaries

Jockstrap’s ‘Wicked City’ Is an Unfolding of Boundaries

On Wicked City, UK art-pop duo Jockstrap run through a gamut of styles and sounds, sometimes gracefully, sometimes forcefully, but always seductively.

Bibio Discusses ‘Sleep on the Wing’ and Why His Dreams Are of the Countryside

Bibio Discusses ‘Sleep on the Wing’ and Why His Dreams Are of the Countryside

"I think even if I lived in the heart of Tokyo, I'd still make music that reminds people of the countryside because it's where my dreams often take me," says Bibio (aka Stephen Wilkinson) of his music and his new rustic EP.

Flying Lotus Goes Purely Instrumental on New Version of ‘Flamagra’

Flying Lotus Goes Purely Instrumental on New Version of ‘Flamagra’

On the instrumental version of last year's Flamagra, Flying Lotus makes conspicuous variety feel coherent and ordered.