Sun Araw‘s sixth album in four years, The Inner Treaty, has Cameron Stallones expounding on his concept of the genres that make up his unique sound. The six songs deconstruct these influences down to their core elements — to the point where they crystallize into a never before heard collection of music. The reggae and dub influences that surround Stallones recent trip to Jamaica with friend M. Geddes Gingras to record Icon Give Thank with legendary group The Congos is veiled with jazz-like syncopations and krautrock exercises in structure. Pitchfork saw the album as “more contained and more chaotic” than his prior releases, thus creating a “space where music can sound like it’s coming to life on record.” Read the entire review here. The Inner Treaty is poised to be one of the most forward-thinking records of the year – share it with your station.