Staff Picks: Better Oblivion Community Center - S/T

For fans of: Good songwriting with depth & well made indie-folk-rock duets.

What they're saying: In a positive review from Consequence Of Sound, it is noted that the album is built on them meeting in the middle” of the strengths of both Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers in true collaborative spirit. NME says they find hope amid chaos and Rolling Stone aptly points out Phoebe Bridgers recent “knack for cultivating vocal collaborations.”

What we say: All true. Two musicians equally playing their strengths and voices into a new duo so well is rare enough thing.

Further listening: Phoebe’s been busy and the Boygenius EP from earlier this year was a shop favorite. These two first showed up Together on P.B.’s last record.