Hall of Fame
The Toronto band’s classic sophomore album enters Treble’s hallowed halls on its 11th anniversary, and as the band returns to the stage.
Giovanni Martinez takes a look back at Weezer’s famed Blue Album on its 20th anniversary.
On its 35th anniversary, Treble inducts Joy Division’s Unknown Pleasures into its hall of fame.
Giovanni Martinez dissects the legendary collaboration between Madlib and DOOM — which has yet to produce a follow-up.
Treble takes a look back at Failure’s landmark final album on the eve of the band’s reunion.
Fembots have feelings too — defiant, powerful and awe-inspiring feelings.
Finding the last great rock record requires a dive into this Georgia metal band’s sophomore album.
How Radiohead made the last album to truly feel like an event.
The Portland trio went out with their strongest album, and so far, that’s how it’s remained.
How Gang Gang Dance reflected a global language of music on one incredible record.
A record that changed everything, for one writer.
How a Montreal indie rock band helped a teenager grow into a more assured and confident adult.
A journey through Neil Hannon’s 2004 masterpiece, and one writer’s personal connection to it.
The album that sent off Jay Z on his highest note… temporarily.
A lengthy look at the bizarre alt-rock duo’s underrated masterpiece.
The biggest and boldest, if imperfect statement of Smashing Pumpkins’ career.
A nostalgic journey through a gateway monster.
Revisiting The Cure’s 1989 masterpiece.