Thursday, March 27 2014
April's "Listening Ahead" offers some early impressions of the month's most intriguing albums, including new releases by the Afghan Whigs, Wye Oak, and Cloud Nothings.
Tuesday, December 20 2011
A “Best of Indie Rock” list, by definition, will be an eclectic bunch. And the process of culling through what the genre had to offer is a task this year -- the indie world has had a banner 2011.
Tuesday, January 26 2010
Slipped Discs continues with Norwegian electro pop, lots of Scottish pop goodness, two rock institutions, a Soviet born chanteuse and many more. All records that missed our top 60 list last year.
Wednesday, April 30 2014
Wye Oak cut the tethers of their safety net, discarding the guitar to plunge into bass and synth-heavy experimentation.
Thursday, March 10 2011
For this record, Wye Oak is breaking away, entering isolation to get surrounded in this sprawling sound. As it turns out, the solitary suits them well.
Tuesday, July 21 2009
The Baltimore duo's second record betters their debut on all fronts, forming their early-era slowcore and alternative country influences into a shattering work of relational despair.
Wednesday, August 29 2012
Flock of Dimes 7-inch set for release on September 25.
Wednesday, April 13 2011
This pair is about volume, and we’re not talking about just loudness to your ears, we’re talking about amplitude that ripples your pant legs and beats your heart for you.