The title track from DJ Shadow's first album in five years is the sound of an old pro showing the kids how it's done.
Jeff Beck is still kicking ass at the age of 72.
“One Chance” is sheet-smooth bedroom pop, acoustic guitars and plinking synths soaring under the vocals.
"Love This Feelin'" spins an update on classic rock, rambling psych dustiness taking center stage.
The Strokes take a low key approach to the music, and it pays off handsomely.
Think of Blesst Chest as a Medeski Martin & Wood for the stoner set.
Separation Anxiety is an impressive collection of synthy goodness from the young band, synth twists and echoing guitar played straight for immediate effect.
It’s the kind of spirited indie rock lazy music writers describe without fail as “jangly,” shimmering verses dropping into a dusty, stomping chorus reminiscent of the wandering rock of Springsteen and Darnielle.
The Great Divide is dance music in its most traditionally American sense: this is the stuff you waltz to around a campfire with your sweetheart.
Kendra Erika updates the Bond-girl framework to 21st century terms, an embrace of glamour and sexuality as an empowering tool.