Neverland, the new full-length by New York City-based songwriter Mackenzie Shivers, is the perfect album to listen to as the fall months begin.
Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors' latest album, Good Light, is the most personal record for Holcomb to date and "Tennessee" is the group's latest single, celebrating the love of Holcomb's home state.
The latest installment in Alexandra Bracken's The Darkest Minds book series is In the Afterlight, which releases October 28th.
Canadian indie darlings Stars have just released the title track from their soon-to-be-released album, No One Is Lost.
This year saw new efforts by the first family of the New Zealand underground, the brothers Kilgour. PopMatters premieres new videos from Hamish and David Kilgour.
The video for Will Dailey's banjo-driven "Higher Education" raises the lyric video to a whole other level.
Though a well-known industry veteran, Lenny Kravitz hasn't lost any of his performance energy, as demonstrated by his funky, retro performance at Wal-Mart's Soundcheck stage.
Fans of Chvrches should give a listen to the new EP by Nashville's Ugly Kids Club, Head Games.
Horse Feathers' 2012 Cynic's New Year was an effort that would "leave the listener feeling utterly winded for all of its ragged glory." The same can be said for the new track "Violently Wild".
The vintage barroom feel of Pegi Young's take on the minor country classic "Lonely Women Make Good Lovers" is but a small taste of what's to come on her new album.