American indie icon Mary Timony re-assembles Ex Hex for a fun, if predictable, second album of garage-punk in ‘It’s Real’.
It’s business as usual for former Hüsker Dü frontman Bob Mould on his 13th solo album ‘Sunshine Rock’, one of the least gloomy and most reflective works he’s ever produced.
Katie Crutchfield revisits some of her oldest work with her latest Waxahatchee release ‘Great Thunder’.
Now on their fifth album, Spider Bags are still tinkering with their off-kilter mix of punk, indie, country and blues on ‘Someday Everything Will Be Fine’.
A confusing mess of bar-room blues, electrified country and traditional rock, ‘A Productive Cough’ sees Patrick Stickles and Titus Andronicus throw a significant curveball.
Ought’s third studio album ‘Room Inside The World’ sees them temper their post-punk with a newfound darkness and beauty.
One of the most divisive yet enduring albums of the Nineties, ‘In The Aeroplane Over The Sea’ by Neutral Milk Hotel turns 20 years old.
Katie Crutchfield’s 4th outing as Waxahatchee is her most personal yet, and a sturdy addition to her growing discography.
John Darnielle’s 16th album with The Mountain Goats contains a handful of quality highlights but is ultimately a mixed bag.
In ‘FLOTUS’, Lambchop are on their 12th, and perhaps most interesting, album to date.