With slight changes in disposition and geography, the New York band’s seventh record strives toward a refreshed sound and outlook.
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Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an extensive check out a considerable cd from the past, as well as any type of document not in our archives is qualified. Today, we …
The preposterously talented English band’s third record is pitched between clinical precision and crazed abandon.
The alt-pop trio’s stripped-down EP plays almost like a series of demos, abandoning anything that gets in the way of singer Kelly Zutrau’s hushed melodies.
The singer’s latest album is both overbearing and underbaked, smothering lovely vocals and intriguing ideas underneath blockbuster features and irritating interludes.
At 69, the Japanese singer-songwriter and city-pop icon is still working in pursuit of the perfect pop song.
The singer and songwriter’s second album sung almost entirely in Cornish is a document of a revived linguistic heritage with a breezy, ethereal touch.
On his fourth album, the Afro-fusion giant drops his guard and invites listeners into his chaotic inner world, with mixed results.
The Stockholm-based composer is best known for her pipe-organ compositions, but here, she uses trombone, bass clarinet, and ARP 2500 to explore the strange radiance of just intonation.
Satirizing the mindset of the alt-right internet troll requires more gravitas than these Swedish punks can pull off consistently. But what Cave World lacks in bite, it tends to …