Read Jayson Greene's Best New Music review of Atlas, the third album from indie rockers Real Estate. For even more on the new record, check out Larry Fitzmaurice’s feature on the band as well as the latest edition of the Pitchfork Podcast.
Read Lindsay Zoladz's review of St. Vincent's self-titled fourth album, our latest Best New Music pick.
Singer-songwriter Angel Olsen’s fierce second album Burn Your Fire for No Witness—featuring “Hi-Five”, a track reviewer Lindsay Zoladz calls “one of the most cheerful songs ever written about being lonely”—is named Best New Music.
Read Ian Cohen's Best New Music review of Sun Kil Moon's Benji.
Read Carrie Battan's Best New Music review of Beyoncé.
Read Ian Cohen's review of Death Grips' latest album Government Plates, a Best New Music pick.
Read Ryan Dombal's review of the new album by Blood Orange, Cupid Deluxe, our latest Best New Music pick.
Read Mike Powell's review of Rhode Island-based electronic producer the Range's debut album Nonfiction, our latest Best New Music pick.
Build your own Arcade Fire while reading Lindsay Zoladz's review of the band's riotous new album, Reflektor, our latest Best New Music selection.
Read Miles Raymer's Best New Music review of L.A. singer Kelela's debut mixtape Cut 4 Me, which mixes R&B with darker, more experimental dance sounds.
Read Ian Cohen’s Best New Music review of the mysteriously heady debut album from Darkside—aka Nico Jaar and Dave Harrington—featuring the track “Golden Arrow”.
Read Mark Richardson's Best New Music review of experimental electronic artist Oneohtrix Point Never’s new album R Plus Seven and check out Mike Powell's recent OPN profile "Right Brain".
Read Larry Fitzmaurice's review of atmospheric electronic producer the Field's latest album, Cupid’s Heart, our latest Best New Music pick.
Read Larry Fitzmaurice's Best New Music review of L.A. pop-rock trio Haim’s debut album, Days Are Gone.
Read Larry Fitzmaurice's Best New Music review of The Bones of What You Believe, the debut album from Scottish synth-pop act CHVRCHES.
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