The fuzzed-out post-punk of Protomartyr is angsty, metallic, and impossible to ignore.
Charles Bradley commands "Change the World" with all of the verve of a Otis Redding or Wilson Pickett.
Nathan Lawr (a.k.a. Minotaurs) is an experimental soul, respecting no boundaries as he explores his musical adventures.
"Rings" shows Aesop Rock at his most lyrically venomous and rhythmically psychotic.
Soul singer Nigel Hall's "Gimme a Sign" takes R&B music back to a time when wasn’t just a genre, it was a lifestyle.
It's impressive that Young Thug can bring down the lights and the mood and still sound braggadocious and serene.
DRELLER's "Control"is an excellent song whose sections come together to make a near-perfect piece of art.
The Field's minimalist "The Follower" is best for really deep listening.
Somebody get the synthpop crown and adorn it on the heads of these talented men.
Irish American roots music band Solas has been around for 20 years thrilling audiences with their forward-looking Irish music.