Punch Brothers, Antifogmatic (Nonesuch). The second album from mandolinist Chris Thile’s post-Nickel Creek quintet is a collection of original songs about love and its discontents. Like its predecessor, Antifogmatic is tantalizingly hard to pigeonhole. To call it “progressive bluegrass” makes a fair amount of sense but fails to convey the group’s rich yet coherent stylistic eclecticism. Why not settle for “incredibly hip acoustic music”? I’ll stand on that (TT).