Posts By Sasha Geffen

Fever Ray: Live at Troxy

The live album captures a night of the exuberant collaboration Karin Dreijer fostered with the Plunge stage production, adding volume and dimensionality to old and new songs alike.

Fever Ray: Live at Troxy

The live album captures a night of the exuberant collaboration Karin Dreijer fostered with the Plunge stage production, adding volume and dimensionality to old and new songs alike.

Neutral Milk Hotel: On Avery Island

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit the oft-overshadowed debut from indie rock icons, a smaller and more intimate look into the mercurial world of Jeff Mangum.

Palehound: Black Friday

Guitarist and bandleader Ellen Kempner’s third record breaks down the walls around her wiry, anxious riffs, opening space for levity and the thrill of new love.

Christelle Bofale: Swim Team EP

The Congolese American songwriter and guitarist’s debut EP winds in circles, tracing vast spaces that couch thorny emotional quagmires.

Holly Herndon: PROTO

Created with a choral ensemble and a nascent AI, the Berlin-based electronic musician’s third album is a meditation on community, technology, and the future of, and beyond, the human species.

Filthy Friends: Emerald Valley

The second album from Corin Tucker and Peter Buck’s alt-rock supergroup can’t match the urgency of pre-apocalyptic protest.

Empath: Active Listening: Night on Earth

The Philadelphia quartet’s full-length debut showcases their defiant brand of noise-pop, a big rainbow of chaos.