Grief, upheaval, and a creative exile serve as the backdrop for the latest from rising California singer-songwriter.
Following the conceit of the “versus” listed in the artists’ category (“Jim White vs. Packway Handle Band”) title, on Take It Like a Man, White and the band alternately offer songs with just one co-written between them.
Get a sneak peek of some of February's most intriguing releases, including albums by Father John Misty, José Gonzaléz, and Dan Deacon.
Not only are these songs about crushes, they feel just like one: emotionally intense, completely beautiful, and above all, fleeting.
The most accessible avant-garde album ever, or the most avant-garde mainstream jazz album ever? From 1964, something sweet, something tender is this week’s Counterbalance -- straight up and down.
Black Star Elephant proves to be a pleasant, uplifting album, though by no means earth shattering.
With minor key synth arpeggios and a totally danceable mood, KNTRLR's "Halogen" is the second track from the electronic duo's debut record, The Great Filter.
The darkly romantic cabaret of Wasted Wine's "Fall Upon Me" is perfectly captured in its music video, an opaque depiction of deception and intrigue.