Aerial Days by Songs Of Green Pheasant (Review)
Aerial Days is full of tiny shimmering moments of beauty.
So This Is Goodbye by Junior Boys (Review)
Every single note, melody, and beat on So This Is Goodbye has been streamlined and polished as much as possible.
And The Glass Handed Kites by Mew (Review)
Swing Girls by Shinobu Yaguchi (Review)
Swing Girls is far better than it frankly has any right to be, thanks to the sheer amount of fun, enthusiasm, and aplomb it contains.
The New Hotness
The latest version of Opus is even more streamlined than before and boasts some significant changes under the hood.
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Songs for Christmas by Sufjan Stevens (Review)
I’ve heard most of the songs on here before, countless times. But I had never heard them like this, in such a sublime context.
Jesus Camp by Rachel Grady, Heidi Ewing (Review)
Songs From Before by Max Richter (Review)
Richter’s music is perfectly suited to the themes of loss, nostalgia, and alienation that permeate Haruki Murakami’s work.
The Twilight Sad EP by The Twilight Sad (Review)
There’s a rawness and youthful recklessness that never fails to render their music beguiling, even at its loudest and most abrasive.
IBM 1401, A User’s Manual by Jóhann Jóhannsson (Review)
A tribute to an old computer, the five long tracks that make up this disc are elegiac and gorgeous.
District B13 by Pierre Morel (Review)
The stunts and fights scenes have an edge and brutality that you just don’t see everyday.