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Mandy, Indiana, i’ve seen a way (Fire Talk)
The genre-defying debut album from experimental U.K. quartet Mandy, Indiana was, according to a release, recorded “in caves, crypts and shopping malls,” and is described as “at once chaotic and precision engineered.”
Mega Bog, End of Everything (Fire Records)
Paste calls this synth-pop effort from Erin Birgy, aka Mega Bog, a “triumph” that is “glitzy, personal, accessible and heavenly.”
Tinariwen, Amatssou (Wedge)
The ninth album from this North African Tuareg rock band promises “snaking guitar lines and hypnotic rhythms blending seamlessly with pedal steel, piano and strings from guest musicians.”
Sufjan Stevens, Timo Andres, and Conor Hanick, Reflections (Asthmatic Kitty Records)
The artfully maudlin Sufjan Stevens is joined by Timo Andres and Conor Hanick on this dual-piano album produced in collaboration with choreographer Justin Peck.
Khruangbin & Friends, Live at Stubb’s (Dead Oceans)
The first live album from Texas-based trio Khruangbin captures them performing with Kelly Doyle, Ruben Moreno, The Suffers, and Robert Ellis.
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