Big Gigantic – Free Your Mind

“The duo, made of Jeremy Salken on drums and Dominic Lalli on saxophone, have delivered their signature sound while fusing a movement forward, toward self-love and manifesting dreams. The album features artists Pell, Felly, TOBi, Jennifer Hartswick, Louis Futon and The Funk Hunters.” – 303 Magazine

Soccer Mommy – Color Theory

“This is a record that offers few answers for how to deal with trauma and illness, yet through its honesty and refreshing clarity, it will be a comfort to many listeners. Soccer Mommy has made bitter truths sound sweet without losing the harsh edges that give them poignant meaning. On color theory, Allison continues to push forward as one of the brightest talents in her genre.” – Under The Radar

Tycho – Simulcast

“While Weather saw Tycho explore new grounds alongside vocalist Saint Sinner, the latest LP from the San Francisco producer is a homecoming that welcomes him back to his more abstract roots. Simulcast delivers on Hansen’s promise to fans to provide an instrumental version of Weather that would complement the original and built on its foundation.” – Exclaim!

Caribou – Suddenly

“The beauty of Snaith’s music is usually in the broad, overarching vibes and perfectly constructed club-ready cuts that still manage to feel intimate. Suddenly is a different prospect, one that focuses more on the minutiae than the big picture, on personal reflection rather than big, shared moments.” – The Skinny

Princess Nokia – Everything Is Beautiful / Everything Sucks

“The New York rapper explores a wide range of influences. Hip-hop, R&B, soul, Latin, and other global rhythms weave their way through the albums. Gemini fuses hip-hop and rock, even borrowing the “riders on the storm” refrain from The Doors. Everything is Beautiful has a wholesome feel, led by single Green Eggs & Ham: “Have you told your parents that you love them lately?” Frasqueri lilts. By contrast, Everything Sucks is a wild ride of confrontational rap. ” – The Standard