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For all its significations and referents, the album never feels overburdened or contrived.
Throughout, the songs unravel into convoluted tangles of disembodied voices, discordant jazz piano, and droning synths.
The songs comprise a nebulous mass not unlike the swirling galaxy of the album’s cover art.
It takes profound empathy to write an album about your past and have it turn out to be about your love for others instead.
On their seventh album, the band sounds primed for the summer festival season.
The album is a singular and significant misstep in the country singer’s well-regarded discography.
The band’s third album trades the lo-fi charm of their previous efforts for a more refined, organic sound.
There’s as much lazy delivery of the goods on the album as there is engaging interplay.
Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker stay on the safer side for most of their 10th album.