Fast, fun, full of energy, Toronto's Weaves bring a no-frills punk sensibility to the table.
This one-two punch from the Internet is a woozy slice of organic soul that distances itself enough from traditional R&B that they're probably going to get tagged with the "alternative R&B".
BBC America has announced that cult favorite Orphan Black returns for its fourth season on April 14th at 10.00pm EST.
There's a healthy dose of great "eureka!" moments that pop up as Anna Meredith's song evolves.
Detroit’s Flint Eastwood is an entity thriving on evolution, both in the sonic and visual realms.
"5 Minutes" is a confrontational, indie-rap cogitation splayed out over a circular, melancholic beat.
Kano expertly spits out the rhymes, and the stuttering beat and minimalist piano give everything a terrific edge.
Bermudian singer-songwriter Heather Nova is back with her tenth album of folky, alternative pop.
The first single from Emanuel and the Fear's upcoming third LP, Primitive Smile, is a charming and intricate slice of romantic synthpop.
Great vocal harmonies and smart hooks wrap around that beat and make for a surprisingly solid single.