Staff Picks: Best New Music

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Copeland
Blushing


you never kiss me when we're dancing / you just grab my shoulders tryina wake me up
Ariana Grande
Thank U, Next


Two tales of one Ari.
Default Genders
main pop girl 2019


When we were young the future looked so bright/now that we're older we can see that it's on fire
Better Oblivion Community Center
Better Oblivion Community Center


Conor and Pheobe make one hell of a pair.
Sharon Van Etten
Remind Me Tomorrow


delusions of candor
Mree
The Middle


And behold, I heard an angel.
Angelo De Augustine
Tomb


Confronting demons with whispers.
Earl Sweatshirt
Some Rap Songs


make it brief son, half short and twice strong
The 1975
A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships


A batch of quality pop songs – nothing more, nothing less.
Chapel of Disease
...And As We Have Seen The Storm


Don’t let the hotel-art album cover fool you, this might be the most electrifying death metal outing this year.
Emery
Eve


Flesh and Bone; Emery's most personal, honest, and mature record to date
Architects
Holy Hell


Yup, they still sound like Architects.
colourblind
Move Like You


A rock and a hard place and another rock and also another hard place and additionally just heaps and heaps more rocks and hard places.
Julia Holter
Aviary


Free-wheeling dreams
Daughters
You Won't Get What You Want


Is something burning here or is it me?
Antarctigo Vespucci
Love in the Time of E​-​Mail


Love isn’t dead, and neither is pop-punk.
Robyn
Honey


She's a human being.
Thom Yorke
Suspiria


A haunting, at times beautiful double album that finds Thom Yorke widening his songwriting horizons.
John Carpenter
Halloween (2018)


It all comes full circle.
Allelic
The Smoke of Atavistic Fires


The best metal (and folk) album of the year.
High on Fire
Electric Messiah


If Sleep’s The Sciences was the unexpected return of a glorious titan, then Electric Messiah is the reliable bellow of a faithful leviathan
mewithoutYou
[Untitled]


Things fall apart.
Coheed and Cambria
The Unheavenly Creatures


Not what I hoped it would be, but still another strong effort in an impressive back catalog.
Cursive
Vitriola


Don't wanna live in the now. Don't wanna know what I know.
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