Gravel Kings shows that Nirvana’s overwhelmingly sad ethos translates well into the often overwhelmingly sad realm they inhabit.
Mr. Robot premieres Wednesday, July 13th at 10/9c on USA Network and now is time to revisit season one.
"Best That I've Felt" is a sugary slice of tropically-infused pop house, bouncy synths drawing equally from Kygo’s “Firestone” and Edward Maya’s “Stereo Love” with just a dash of ZHU’s percussive melodies.
Virtuosic country duo Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley are ready to thrill audiences with their new LP The Country Blues.
“Aquarius Apocalyptic” takes its time to start rocking, but when it finally bursts forth, its tremendous horsepower is well worth the wait.
"Pens From Spain" is sedate, carefully expanding folk, slowly but surely allowing light and color until the whole thing is in bloom.
German duo offers new track from upcoming album Dis Manibvs.
It might not be the most effusive piece, but its slow release makes its heat that much more appealing.
Fitz and the Tantrums announce that they have completely moved beyond the brass-drenched retro-soul of 2010's Pickin' Up the Pieces.
Clark's "Mirage Trooper" is enigmatic, eerily subterranean, and mesmerizing from start to finish.