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Electronic producer Floating Points and avant-garde jazz legend Pharoah Sanders team up with the London Symphony Orchestra to create a piece that engages with a lot of music history while standing on its own as a modern achievement.
Tele Novella deliver a 32-minute escape that conjures both a Shakespeare festival and a 50s diner.
The Australian crate-diggers deliver a beautiful, feature-rich meditation on loss, light, cosmic energy, and the power of music.
Ya like jazz? Well this album isn't only jazz; it's vibey, it's tropical, and it's pure hip-hop. Action Bronson delivers a chill album with Only for Dolphins, adding onto his range of entertainment accolades.
Jasper Marsalis, AKA Slauson Malone, delivers a fitting companion piece to his previous works with this beautiful and intimate debut EP.
L.A. indie rock band illuminati hotties deliver a short, noisy collection of punk-tinged songs with lyrics as funny as they are relevant.
1 800 PAIN pull from tons of genres and take them to the absolute extreme, warping them into absurd results beyond recognition.
Combining elements of lo-fi indie rock and bedroom-pop, Watson provides a promising look at what is to come in his future music career.
Both grimy and opulent, Pray for Paris is one of 2020’s most creative hip-hop projects with an updated 90s era East Coast sound.
Kelly Lee Owens gives a vivid image of her versatile artistry, all bundled up in a 10-track package.
Indie darlings return after nine year hiatus with a sad but hopeful album about depression.
Returning in 2020 with their fourth album, Sneaks solidifies their sound while also exploring new territories with Happy Birthday.
Yalc123’s debut project has some of the most accessible experimental hip-hop songs to date.
Daniel Avery's second project of the year is living proof that electronic music is alive and well in 2020.
Bridgers proves to be among the best songwriters today on Punisher, delivering emotionally potent and stark showings of her inner-troubles.
On Snapshot, Nap Eyes bring tinges of country, psych, slacker rock, and garage rock that will, at best, be a pleasant ear-filler.
Soccer Mommy's sophomore album is deeper and darker yet just as easy to listen to.
On this latest album, Agnes Obel delivers to us immaculate production and hauntingly beautiful vocals in this pretty package of chamber pop.
Tame Impala delivers a dance-able, psychedelic-pop rumination on the passing of time.