Hear the first new music from the post-rock trio Esben and the Witch in three years.
Here's a sonic collage packed with unique textures that sounds like Peter Gabriel's Security album after a wild animal was let loose on the mixing desk.
The title track from San Francisco's The Seshen is a lovely mixture of buzzing, spacey soul/pop.
Liz Longley returns with album number two, a '90s inspired effort loaded with pop gold.
This sounds more classic Green Day than anything they have done in awhile.
Hollis Brown releases a stunning new single, "Don't Want to Miss You", full of gorgeous country/soul stylings.
On his latest single, "Jezebel", Soulive and Lettuce co-founder Eric Krasno lays out a mellow soul/blues vibe with some slinky, masterful guitar playing and a tale of love gone wrong.
Chicago's post-punk darlings Radar Eyes are back with more jangly, percussive, hard-charging music.
"The Spoils" classicist leanings prove that Massive Attack don't need to chase fads in order to create stirring and uniquely powerful music.
Boy is this song dumb. Have faith and you will rise. Tell that to the vultures.