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Cupcakke: Eden

  November 15, 2018

On the Chicago rapper’s second album of the year, she once again displays her uncanny talent to blend the real and the absurd, the cartoon and the corporeal.

David Lynch & Angelo Badalamenti: Thought Gang: Thought Gang

  November 14, 2018

Between the end of “Twin Peaks” and filming its prequel, David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti made a wild album of sinister spoken-word jazz, available at last.

Curren$y/freddie Gibbs/the Alchemist: Fetti

  November 14, 2018

The tape is a short, sweet, and potent mix, an example of the good that can happen when seasoned vets link up and operate under the radar and outside of the major label system.

Sun Kil Moon: This Is My Dinner

  November 14, 2018

Mark Kozelek’s latest diary entry of an album amounts to a rote and barely listenable slog of hackneyed impersonations, petty grievances, and prideful nostalgia.

The Glands: I Can See My House From Here

  November 15, 2018

On two reissued albums and a sprawling collection of arguably finished songs, this Georgia band did everything you want great indie rock to do. Now, everyone has a chance to hear it.

Imagine Dragons: Origins

  November 14, 2018

The Las Vegas rock band’s fourth album is categorically soaring and sometimes pleasant, but it is so broad and hollow that it is difficult to feel anything these guys are feeling.

Demdike Stare: Passion

  November 15, 2018

Following 2016’s archival dives into early electronic music, the UK duo marries eerie abstraction to the club-ready rhythms of their Testpressing series with newfound fury.

Gaye Su Akyol: İstikrarlı Hayal Hakikattir

  November 13, 2018

On an album whose title translates as “Consistent Fantasy Is Reality,” the Turkish singer pursues distant dreams of freedom in a fusion of contemporary rock and Turkish folk.

Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers: Bought To Rot

  November 13, 2018

The debut album from the Against Me! singer’s new side project doubles as a deserved break from her very public role as a trans ambassador, but the songwriting too often feels like rock-band karaoke ...

Muse: Simulation Theory

  November 15, 2018

On their eighth album, the trio again pivot to the present, using current affairs, pop culture tropes, and contemporary electronics to aim for Spotify omnipotence.