The lush indie folk of the new album by North Carolina's Songs of Water, Stars and Dust, is an enveloping musical experience.
Ground & Air is a reflective summer soundtrack where post-rock instrumentation meets the synth-pop aesthetic.
Chris Stapleton was formerly the lead singer and one of the primary songwriters for the superlative Nashville-based bluegrass band the SteelDrivers.
Synth lovers, take heed: the Seattle outfit Barcelona take to Moog Music for a new spin on their tune "Fall in Love".
Summery synth sounds meet a "Fresh Prince of Bel Air-esque bassline" on "Run Wild", the new single by the Nashville indie pop outfit KiND.
The latest in a series of videos made by Matt Krysko for the third installment in Colin Cowan's seasonal album tetralogy castes the man in green and purple.
"Great Electric Teenage Dream" opens up No-Man wordsmith Tim Bowness' new studio album with gusto, powered by the booming drums of Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson).
The cinematic adaptation of David Lipsky's Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself features Jason Segel as literary giant David Foster Wallace.
With "Big Bright World", country songwriter Jeremy Pinnell sings about the time that he came back from the dead.
With a Ben Howard-esque knack for balancing folk and singer/songwriter introspection with catchy pop melodies, Tyler Lyle has a winner with his new LP The Native Genius of Desert Plants.