Bad Boy Chiller Crew: Full Wack No Brakes

The northern England crew specializes in dance music at its most juiced and jacked up. Like the best nights out, their new album passes by in a blur.

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The northern England crew specializes in dance music at its most juiced and jacked up. Like the best nights out, their new album passes by in a blur.

Thurston Moore: By the Fire

Refining the sound of last year’s sprawling Spirit Counsel into more focused riffs and songs, By the Fire suggests a renewed dialogue between Moore’s experimental instincts and his desire to rock.

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Refining the sound of last year’s sprawling Spirit Counsel into more focused riffs and songs, By the Fire suggests a renewed dialogue between Moore’s experimental instincts and his desire to rock.

Anna von Hausswolff: All Thoughts Fly

The Swedish composer sidelines the gothic pop of previous releases in favor of lush and sorrowful wordless soundscapes, performed entirely on the pipe organ of a local church.

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The Swedish composer sidelines the gothic pop of previous releases in favor of lush and sorrowful wordless soundscapes, performed entirely on the pipe organ of a local church.

Idles: Ultra Mono

The Bristol punk band’s third album goes for fist-in-the-air righteousness but stumbles over itself at nearly every turn, resulting in a broad and unfocused attempt to speak to the moment.

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The Bristol punk band’s third album goes for fist-in-the-air righteousness but stumbles over itself at nearly every turn, resulting in a broad and unfocused attempt to speak to the moment.

A Certain Ratio: ACR Loco

On their first new album in over a decade, Manchester’s funkiest post-punk band offer an imperfect distillation of their 40-year legacy, updating their classic sound with nods to contemporary beat-driven music and political strife.

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On their first new album in over a decade, Manchester’s funkiest post-punk band offer an imperfect distillation of their 40-year legacy, updating their classic sound with nods to contemporary beat-driven music and political strife.

Adele: 21

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit Adele’s earth-shattering 2011 album, granting the British torch singer entrée into the pantheon of ico…

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Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit Adele’s earth-shattering 2011 album, granting the British torch singer entrée into the pantheon of iconic pop vocalists.

Lou Reed: New York: Deluxe Edition

A new reissue highlights the ongoing relevance of Lou Reed’s opus about his hometown in the era of AIDS and Reaganism, a protest album unlike any other

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A new reissue highlights the ongoing relevance of Lou Reed’s opus about his hometown in the era of AIDS and Reaganism, a protest album unlike any other

Khotin: Finds You Well

On an album blending downtempo beats and ambient textures, many of the strongest moments skew toward the Canadian producer’s softer side, with slight arrangements that meditate on a single mood.

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On an album blending downtempo beats and ambient textures, many of the strongest moments skew toward the Canadian producer’s softer side, with slight arrangements that meditate on a single mood.

Public Enemy Fight the Power With Passion on ‘What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?’

Chuck D and Flavor Flav summon the steely spirit of their Eighties heyday for a new hour of chaos

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Chuck D and Flavor Flav summon the steely spirit of their Eighties heyday for a new hour of chaos
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