Nashville rock 'n' rollers Buffalo Clover have gone all-out southern soul on their latest record, Test Your Love.
What makes "Born to Raise Hell" eerie and surreal is how Graham Colton delivers his chilling story in bold, muscular pop tones.
Detroit's Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas come roaring out of the block with pistons of fire and never let up until the race is won.
Flint Eastwood is a band best represented -- scratch that, experienced -- live, their savage performances infecting you with a compulsion to get up and move.
Destroyer are set to release a Spanish language EP, Five Spanish Songs, on November 25th via Merge. The tunes were all penned by Antonio Luque from the band Sr. Chinarro.
Desmond Dekker is a straight-up ska legend, as essential to the genre as water is for life.
INK's bright, melodic "Try What You Don't Know" offers a refreshing departure from the dark, downbeat atmospherics that's in vogue these days.
Austin-based Americana/rock outfit Stükenberg is set to release its third captivating album, Novella, on November 12th.
The film is a remarkable portrait, convincing and performative, insistent and expressive, and ever incomplete.
"Holding on for Life" features Danger Mouse's trademark atmospheric soundscapes, underscored by a telltale bass line and James Mercer's Bee Gees-esque falsetto.