Saba’s new album, Few Good Things, is a great story from a great storyteller — from the artistry to the movie-like structure of the album.
PinkPantheress, as a sentimental, nostalgic artist, released to hell with it — the perfect album for teenagers and young adults — on Oct. 15.
After three years, Jessica Domingo is back with a second beautiful album, released on Oct. 12 — Butterfly Paradise.
Mild High Club had been on a hiatus for the last half decade, before releasing the third studio album, Going, Going, Gone on Sept. 17.
After releasing a handful of songs together, glaive and ericdoa finally collaborated on an EP, something fans have been anticipating.
Lake Street Dive started as an avant-Country band then moved into R&B, Funk, Jazz, and Rock influences, which culminates in Obviously.
A rising artist in the new Bedroom Pop subgenre, Claud has already collaborated with breakthrough artists such as Clairo and Phoebe Bridgers.
On All Fours is the sophomore album from the London-based, all-women, post-Punk band Goat Girl, and was definitely worth the three-year wait.
Erick the Architect’s most recent release comes with his new EP Future Proof, released on Jan. 22 with some soulful, jazzy hiphop.
If you’re a fan of lo-fi rap, jazz-influenced music, or just need a laid-back album to work to, Bob’s Son is for you.