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Lost in the Dream feels like a sterling moment for The War on Drugs: the perfect amalgamation of its influences, it comes alive because of its subtleties. Read more.

Armon Jay’s debut record is a rare treat: it’s a folk powerhouse that is both raw and naked in its vulnerability, with songs that feel like they’ve long been a part of our collective soul. Read more.

Glow, Pt. 2 was a landmark lo-fi rock record from The Microphones. It serves as a reminder of how far the genre has come since 2001. Read more.

Fly By Wire doesn’t break new ground for the band, but it’s a reminder that Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin captures our attention in the same way indie darlings Tokyo Police Club can: with pure charm. Read more.

Any Minute Now is a strange mix of electro and alt-rock that would have felt out of place in the post-rock world of 2004, but that same willingness to be different is what makes the record as cool as it is. Read more.