Tuesday, May 13 2014
"Festus, I Am Not Out of My Mind" offers a nice teaser for Half-handed Cloud's latest idiosyncratic pop effort, Flying Scroll Flight Control.
On "Duality", Rig 1 -- aka Ian McElroy of Desaparecidos -- not only shows off his vocal range, but also his versatile production skills.
Manchester lads The 1975 are huge with the youth and are selling out shows around the States including their night at Terminal 5 in New York.
Sad Brad Smith lives up to his name on "On the Beach", but there's just enough melody to sweeten his pensive sound.
It’s a Wild West in music publishing, these days, and the songwriters need more gunslingers.
David Cantwell writes from the heart and the results are, like the subject, highly unconventional and completely memorable.
PopMatters speaks with Swans frontman Michael Gira about the band's "joyous" new double LP, To Be Kind, covering everything from its undulating rhythms to its original titillating cover art.
Shelter Island is the sort of film that can take audiences who know nothing about art or care nothing for it and make them feel something.
For a genre that seems to be split between bubblegum and alternative, Sturgill Simpson is a breath of fresh air.
Love is Amen Dunes' finest album yet, a fully formed statement, and one that moves out of the dark and takes difficult but strong steps towards the light.