"Link Up" takes the avant-funk template pioneered by Kendrick Lamar on To Pimp a Butterfly and leans it back across a smooth, sophisti-pop groove.
Colorado's Elephant Revival spring from a state full of amazing string bands and they are among the very finest.
One can hear the ethereal mists and moody cloud-filled landscapes of Ireland in MMOTHS's dreamy, cinematic electronic music.
The first song from (and on) Se Delan's sophomore effort, Drifter, is an industrial yet ethereal gem.
Quantic releases free track "Curuba" in celebration of their Tropical Elevation Tour.
Ambiance. Shoegaze. Internal conflict. The language of Sylvaine.
Yearning Kru's "Multipass" is an electro-ambient soundscape with sonics scavenged from an overstuffed steampunk junkyard.
Chicago's Al Scorch is a punk rock banjo player that draws inspiration from and utilizes a wide range of roots music forms.
Sturgill Simpson's vocal laxity in "Brace for Impact" seems to contravene the command that gives the song its title.
Being nuts offers an opportunity for Cate LeBon and the band to be creative. It’s wonderful.