Here at PopMatters, we always have our eyes set on the future while wrestling with the present. On the 10th of January, 2014, Swedish trio the Isolation Process will release their self-titled debut album through Version Studio Records, and today we bring you an exclusive stream of one of the best songs from their debut, “Underneath It All”.
Sitcom-core pioneer Electric Grandmother's new-old album has 100 songs for free.
Today, Bruce Springsteen has announced his 18th studio album High Hopes, releasing on 13 January.
Cousins Reese Donohue and Christopher Prudhomme grew up together in Lafayette, Louisiana and after years apart are together again in San Francisco. They have always shared their music whether across town or miles apart as Painted Palms. These are compositions with '60s psych pop leanings using modern electronic production.
Portland's Leigh Marble releases video for galloping rocking "Pony".
Bastille is another of 2013's best new artists, crafting classic pop songs right out of the gate on their debut. Here the group performs a gorgeous acoustic version of "Oblivion" with a full string ensemble.
Last night, one of the best new artists of the year, a.k.a Haim, were the musical act on SNL. Angling for a bit of Best Music 2013 action? They have it locked down regardless.
Reuben and the Dark differ from their folk rock contemporaries, coating their lyrics with dreary blues from a heavy heart.
Galway, Ireland's Dott specialize in a rather jangly form of lo-fi, fuzzy, garage pop, underpinned by beguiling female harmonies.