Grizzly Bear, Painted Ruins
The alt-pop outfit "greets a new world, pop and otherwise," writes Will Hermes, on its first album since 2012. "On 'Glass Hillside,' nylon-string embroidery melts into gilded choirs, with oddball melodies recalling Brit proggers Soft Machine. Elsewhere, simple cybernetic beats and synths dominate."
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