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The Chills: Snow Bound

An architect of New Zealand’s fabled Dunedin sound returns with another dose of heavenly pop. This time, he may even be happy....


Joyce Manor: Million Dollars to Kill Me

With the help of Converge guitarist and veteran metal producer Kurt Ballou, the versatile emo band continues to mature with hints of Big Star and subgenre subversion....


Richard Thompson: 13 Rivers

After fifty years and nearly twenty solo albums, the low-key guitar god finds new ways to renew old sentiments as a singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist on what may be his best album this century....


Mountain Man: Magic Ship

After the ascent of her electronic-pop duo Sylvan Esso, Amelia Meath reassembled her old vocal folk trio for a surprise second album—a charming reflection on age, friendship, and play....


Bun B: Return of the Trill

On his first solo album that exists not because he’s in the habit of making records but because he has something to say, the UGK cofounder finally sounds confident by himself....


6LACK: East Atlanta Love Letter

With his chilly vocals, minimalist beats, and conditions of the heart, the Atlanta singer finds a groove but has little to say about human relations outside of his own self-important quagmire....


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The Chills: Snow Bound

An architect of New Zealand’s fabled Dunedin sound returns with another dose of heavenly pop. This time, he may even be happy....


Joyce Manor: Million Dollars to Kill Me

With the help of Converge guitarist and veteran metal producer Kurt Ballou, the versatile emo band continues to mature with hints of Big Star and subgenre subversion....


Richard Thompson: 13 Rivers

After fifty years and nearly twenty solo albums, the low-key guitar god finds new ways to renew old sentiments as a singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist on what may be his best album this century....


Mountain Man: Magic Ship

After the ascent of her electronic-pop duo Sylvan Esso, Amelia Meath reassembled her old vocal folk trio for a surprise second album—a charming reflection on age, friendship, and play....


Bun B: Return of the Trill

On his first solo album that exists not because he’s in the habit of making records but because he has something to say, the UGK cofounder finally sounds confident by himself....


6LACK: East Atlanta Love Letter

With his chilly vocals, minimalist beats, and conditions of the heart, the Atlanta singer finds a groove but has little to say about human relations outside of his own self-important quagmire....


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