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Bob Dylan
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 a wild slice of ’70s Dylan, an album whose air of magic and misdirection remains utterly unique in his catalog.

Hudson River Wind Meditations

Lou Reed
Best New Reissue
A new reissue of Lou Reed’s final solo album spotlights a side of the New York icon that few ever got to see: a quiet ambient composer.


Kali Uchis
Best New Album
With a lavish new album, the Colombian American singer serves up lush ballads about protecting your peace and sizzling reggaeton to disturb it.


Conway the Machine / Wun Two
The Buffalo rapper sticks largely to hard-boiled genre conventions, while German beatmaker Wun Two leans toward the abstract and atmospheric.

Fantasías Histéricas

On a disorienting and adventurous new album, the Mexico City hardcore band raises hell in pursuit of a better world.