"Whatever, Wherever" is a stripped-down acoustic paean to the selflessness of love.
Nashville singer-songwriter Jerry Castle has taken a novel route to mental enhancement as a means of sparking creativity. He’s not talking about cannabis, but
The Avalanches' first track in 16 years, "Frankie Sinatra" sounds distinctly like their work, but to simply call it a return to form would be inaccurate.
Like all good folk and country acts, Freakwater's vocals and guitar work together to tell a somber, touching story all their own.
Commander Cody legend Bill Kirchen and pub rock master Austin de Lone unite for an exciting new Americana album, Transatlanticana.
"Empty" may not be reinventing the wheel, but at least Garbage are making quality alt-rock that stands on its own two feet instead of drowning in its influences.
Like many other electronic/chillwave music out right now, "Lakewood Drive" is too long and one-dimensional for its own good.
Up today from our Pickathon video series, we have a live performance from rock and roller JD McPherson and band.
Cass McCombs' new single is an extremely well-written, sophisticated song that's not unlike Bibio's latest music without all the blips and beeps.
Sweet Crude is an extremely exciting new group with haunting and mesmerizing vocals sung in Louisiana French and English.