Women in shapely bodysuits with their faces covered? Sexist lyrics about a girl being a sometime thing?
Ah, finally! Someone from the Nico school of singing in the year 2016.
DJDS' "I Don't Love You" is quite reminiscent of the sound that made Moby famous.
Great energy and that whole childlike, “We could be robots or a rock band” thing is pretty dang pleasant.
M. Ward shares a new single from his upcoming album More Rain, releasing March 4th via Merge Records.
Did Cullen Omori write a jingle and then turn it into a full blown song?
This song offers a stylish soul jazz rooted in decades past, a nice groove, and Jimetta Rose’s vocals full of squeaky love.
Country noir, crime and poverty. The music serves the narrative well and captures what it feels like to be trapped by life and the relief of the open road.
Resonance Records is releasing two sublime Stan Getz recordings on February 19th and we've got a track from each LP to share with you.
Bluegrass fiddler extraordinaire Laurie Lewis returns with a new album tribute to two seminal female figures in bluegrass, Alice Gerrard and Hazel Dickens.