"Fast Moving Cars" is less a song than it is a hypnotic incantation edged with the stirrings of dark spirits.
Austin's Blue Healer use distorted upright bass, shimmering guitar, analog synths, and drums in their blending of indie rock with dance elements.
Katy B's "I Wanna Be" is one of the reasons why pop music is considered by many to be generic and bland.
Soft Ethnic has a great sound that's an amalgam of synthpop, electro soul and queer no-wave.
Classically trained composer Andrew Shapiro possesses a deep love for melodic pop alongside his more high brow pursuits and he has a real sweet spot for synthpop.
PopMatters funk favorite DâM-FunK headlines the latest DJ Kicks release coming in May.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich's "Tilikum" is a heart-on-sleeve folk ballad that creates a deeply nuanced and dimensionalized emotional portrait.
Lizzy Plapinger's voice remains a wonder: nimble, principled, and ragged with the scars of past failures and mistakes.
Southern singer-songwriter Nate Currin writes poetic, plain-spoken, emotionally charged songs that are deeply affecting.
Prolific Blow Monkeys frontman Dr. Robert has a new solo record coming May 2nd and here's the first single.