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Featuring your picks for the best albums and songs of the year
The Montreal duo’s scorching second album unites acid techno, future jazz, and hip-hop in service of incisive political punk.
On its third album, the Spanish quartet adds complexity to its hooky brand of indie pop, fleshing out its arrangements and digging into darker themes.
On an adventurous new album, the guitarist blends improvised performance with quixotic touches of found sound.