Titanic: <em>Vidrio</em>

The Mexico City duo of Mabe Fratti and Héctor Tosta break with the hushed beauty of the cellist’s earlier work, exploring sprawling new directions in modern composition, jazz, and art song.

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The Mexico City duo of Mabe Fratti and Héctor Tosta break with the hushed beauty of the cellist’s earlier work, exploring sprawling new directions in modern composition, jazz, and art song.

Sofia Kourtesis: <em>Madres</em>

The Peruvian producer’s debut album is a shimmery collection of protest chants, club rhythms, and sunlit synths that testifies to dance music’s spiritual nourishment.

Best New Albums - Pitchfork

The Peruvian producer’s debut album is a shimmery collection of protest chants, club rhythms, and sunlit synths that testifies to dance music’s spiritual nourishment.

Pangaea: <em>Changing Channels</em>

The Hessle Audio cofounder’s exuberant new album is stuffed with high BPMs, ribcage-vibrating basslines, and richly hued synths. Club music this banging is rarely so nuanced.

Best New Albums - Pitchfork

The Hessle Audio cofounder’s exuberant new album is stuffed with high BPMs, ribcage-vibrating basslines, and richly hued synths. Club music this banging is rarely so nuanced.

Sufjan Stevens: <em>Javelin</em>

Sufjan’s masterful new album recalls his intimate singer-songwriter days. But it also draws on his entire catalog, his dazzling musicality, and his lifelong inquiries about love and devotion.

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Sufjan’s masterful new album recalls his intimate singer-songwriter days. But it also draws on his entire catalog, his dazzling musicality, and his lifelong inquiries about love and devotion.

yeule: <em>softscars</em>

On their riveting new album, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter-producer shifts from future-shocked electronic pop to a super-sized emotional bloodletting steeped in ’90s alternative.

Best New Albums - Pitchfork

On their riveting new album, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter-producer shifts from future-shocked electronic pop to a super-sized emotional bloodletting steeped in ’90s alternative.

jaimie branch: <em>Fly or Die Fly or Die Fly or Die ((world war))</em>

The late trumpeter’s third and final album opens dazzling new paths in her work. It’s a heartbreaking glimpse of where she might have gone next, but more importantly, it’s a joy to hear.

Best New Albums - Pitchfork

The late trumpeter’s third and final album opens dazzling new paths in her work. It’s a heartbreaking glimpse of where she might have gone next, but more importantly, it’s a joy to hear.

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