Album of the Week
Every album that’s earned Treble’s coveted Album of the Week designation.
Dominick Fernow (Prurient) crafts a stunning, eerie set of atmospheric beats under his techno pseudonym.
The Finnish band deliver a thrilling, unabashedly weird set of psychedelic rock.
A familiar yet still rich set of songs from a voice we can trust.
The British producer’s second album is a document of great growth and bigger bangers.
Young Jesus complete the transition from indie to art rock on their most ambitious album to date.
The late Songs:Ohia and Magnolia Electric Co. songwriter’s set of previously unreleased recordings harbor some of his most shadowy dirges.
The Chicago post-punk group’s second album goes to weirder places and finds greater catharsis in its groove.
Jaar’s third album in one year (so far) is one of his most fascinating and enigmatic.
The New Orleans band rebuild punk rock in their own image on their intense second LP.
As celebratory a set of sounds as the Venezuelan producer has ever put to tape.
Bridgers’ sophomore album, for all its heaviness and sorrow, is a source of hope rather than despair.
Killer Mike and El-P deliver their fourth, forceful set of topical and speaker-destroying apocalypse boom-bap.
The Australian band’s sophomore full-length is both a homecoming and a cathartic release of energy.
Isbell’s latest more fully feels like the work of a proper band, one whose sound truly comes into its own here.
The light outweighs the darkness for the first time on this stunning new record from Mike Hadreas.
The second half of the singer/songwriter’s epic, transcedent double-LP reveals the expanse of his vision.