Beth Orton adopts the synth-centric instrumentation and airy melodic sensibility of '80s pop on "1973".
Bas' recent album, Too High to Riot, is a decent, laid back hip-hop album, and "Matches" is a prime example of that.
Austin's funky duo of Anthony Farrell and Andrew Trube -- aka Greyhounds -- have their sophomore album Change of Pace releasing this Friday.
French goth-electro artist Kangding Ray weaves sonic tapestries out of encrypted shadow-codes, little pockets of dead and actively dying light.
Otis Redding's raw, feverishly passionate soul vocals have become a touchstone for every singer to emerge in his wake.
"Light Up in the Sky" injects further nuance to Bibio's sound from A Mineral Love, adding cut-up vocal samples, atmospheric textures, and reverb-drenched guitar pluckings.
Daniel Rossen, Christopher Bear and the National - “Terrapin Station (Suite)” (Singles Going Steady)
A bombastic, multi-episode indie rock opera based on the Grateful Dead's project of the same name, "Terrapin Station" swells with novelistic ambition.
The fact that Bob Mould is constantly writing and staying true to his vision while sounding current and relevant is highly commendable... and rare.
On his new video, Anders Osborne goes in for a southern California vibe as its gentle, slow grooves echo the feeling of sweet, sunny California beach days.
Mixing insistent house percussion with Crystal Castles-esque dark-electro, Moiré's "Lines + Colours" is the soundtrack for a futuristic nightclub scene