The Magic Whip is a goofy record, featuring a kind of scattershot energy that is usually only mustered by young bands just discovering their love of music for the first time.
Ava Luna's latest is as multilayered and pleasantly bewildering as the "infinite house" where it was recorded.
Golden may be the one record to bring Johannes Mayer (The Late Call) to wider awareness.
The shift from Portico Quartet to Portico wasn't an evolution; it was a dismantling, a removal of so much of the soul that once made them vital.
Electronic supergroup Future Brown serve up a quietly evolutionary debut that blends multi-cultural styles without sacrificing mass appeal.
If you don't like music, then you'll adore Maximum Entropy.
Hairball is a confident, exuberant semi-reset from the self-professed “pop scum” outfit Nai Harvest.
Prime for clapping and singing along, "Higher and Higher" is one of the catchiest numbers from Toronto musician Jeen's new record, Tourist Deluxe Edition.
Pink-soaked absurdist visuals meet psychedelic rock in this delightful oddity from the Brighton, UK trio Flash Bang Band, "Spooky Action at a Distance".
A haunting tribute to traditional Vietnamese music and the Vietnam War.
Trails and Ways' latest jam, a funky indie rock number with dreamy four-part harmonies, is "Say You Will", a tune from their forthcoming Pathology LP.