Daniel Lanois has upped the ante with Flesh and the Machine by pledging to search "for something that’s never been heard before".
Home Everywhere is a brave record, one that you have to be patient with.
Betty Who's debut album is not the standout debut that this charismatic pop star deserves.
An ideal fusion of old school hard blowing jazz and new generation rhythms and attitude, this disc feels like the path forward.
Listening to the entire production on offer here means delving inside an artist's trajectory. Naivety, genius and clever pop.
What was it like to hear the Peter Gunn music for the first time? Some of us will never know for sure. But with this release, you're likely to have fun trying to recapture the moment.
Sloan's jaw-dropping double album Commonwealth strikes a perfect synergy between the band's identity and the collective identities of its members.
Texas rock outfit A. Sinclair's '60s-inflected, driving rock song "Pretty Girls in Pretty Tights" is an energetic tune with some interesting lyrics.
Valse 333 is art, accessibly weird and wonderful art, and a real bonbon for those who savour richness in their music.
Stripped-down and intimate, The Shark, the debut album by Brendan Hangauer's solo project Empty Moon, evokes many images with few sonic ingredients.
Looking around for translations of the Portuguese lyrics, I find out that I've been listening to her request kisses from a beer-wet mouth.
Icy beats, glimmering guitar lines, and subtly flowing melodies meld into a chillwave atmosphere on Albany duo's new EP.
Anyone looking for the secret ingredient in maple syrup might want to check these guys out, as, once you boil their music down, it’s pretty sweet.