Car Seat Headrest, Poliça/Stargaze, Brandi Carlile, and more albums to know about this week

Car Seat Headrest reimagines 2011’s fiery Twin Fantasy with a bigger budget, while Poliça and Stargaze turn in the stirring Music For The Long Emergency, and Brandi Carlile finds strength in forgiveness on the lovely, languid By The Way, I Forgive You. These, plus Superchunk, Ought, and more in this week’s notable…

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Car Seat Headrest reimagines 2011’s fiery Twin Fantasy with a bigger budget, while Poliça and Stargaze turn in the stirring Music For The Long Emergency, and Brandi Carlile finds strength in forgiveness on the lovely, languid By The Way, I Forgive You. These, plus Superchunk, Ought, and more in this week’s notable…

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First Aid Kit, They Might Be Giants, and 5 more albums to know about this week

First Aid Kit delivers more ’70s folk-rock mastery with Ruins, while Porches sputters out on The House and Belle & Sebastian go deeper and darker on the second How To Solve Our Human Problems EP. These, plus Tune-Yards, Shopping, and more in this week’s notable releases.

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First Aid Kit delivers more ’70s folk-rock mastery with Ruins, while Porches sputters out on The House and Belle & Sebastian go deeper and darker on the second How To Solve Our Human Problems EP. These, plus Tune-Yards, Shopping, and more in this week’s notable releases.

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Here are the albums you should know about this week

In this week’s notable releases, pianist Tom Rogerson debuts with a beautiful Brian Eno collaboration, and Belle & Sebastian’s EP series begins by looking backward.

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In this week’s notable releases, pianist Tom Rogerson debuts with a beautiful Brian Eno collaboration, and Belle & Sebastian’s EP series begins by looking backward.

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What are you listening to this week?

With its echoing, gossamer guitars, the debut, self-titled album from Brooklyn four-piece Cigarettes After Sex evokes the fleeting quality of memory—the bedroom pop group’s very name pointing to something having just happened rather than occurring in the present. Perhaps no song on the 2017 LP better captures the…

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With its echoing, gossamer guitars, the debut, self-titled album from Brooklyn four-piece Cigarettes After Sex evokes the fleeting quality of memory—the bedroom pop group’s very name pointing to something having just happened rather than occurring in the present. Perhaps no song on the 2017 LP better captures the…

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Belle & Sebastian to ponder How To Solve Our Human Problems in new EP trilogy

To commemorate the 20 years that have passed since the last time they released three consecutive EPs—1997's Dog On Wheels, Lazy Line Painter Jane, and 3.. 6.. 9 Seconds Of Light—Scottish twee-pop superstars Belle & Sebastian have announced that they’ll be releasing three more EPs in quick succession this winter. All…

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To commemorate the 20 years that have passed since the last time they released three consecutive EPs—1997's Dog On Wheels, Lazy Line Painter Jane, and 3.. 6.. 9 Seconds Of Light—Scottish twee-pop superstars Belle & Sebastian have announced that they’ll be releasing three more EPs in quick succession this winter. All…

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