New wave synthpop band Animotion returns to music 26 years after their last work and they've got a brand new video, "Last Time".
JC Brooks returns with a new album and single "Drive" that highlights the group's Prince-like musical direction.
Calling all pop fans, Austin's Cotton Mather is back with a massive 64-song project and great new tune "Better Than a Hit".
Elisee Akowendo arrives as a major new talent with his optimistic world beat new single "I Dey Shina".
Listening to "Hypnotized", I often couldn't decide whether I was genuinely moved, agitated, or distracted by its unabashed commercial sweetness.
This Oklahoma native is one of the finest voices in contemporary alternative-country.
Our first taste of the Bug and Earth's Concrete Desert possesses all of the tremendous, sludgy, doomy, dubby instrumental power one could hope for.
Androgyny, glitter, and good music make for an excellent combination and a great time, and Blondie somehow seems to have the same sky high energy it always has.
Danish indie heroes Mew return with a more toned down, poppier sound that sees them quell the fiery approach of previous albums.
Portugal's most fantastic pop export the Gift team up with Brian Eno for their new album, and share their third single exclusively with PopMatters.