The song is extremely well-crafted, sounding like some classic from the minds of Jimmy Webb or Bacharach/David.
"Black Leather" is an enigmatic indie rock fever dream filled with elusive innuendos and pseudo-religious iconography.
Mean Dreams landed on PopMatters Best Pop Albums of 2015 list, and now the band premieres their danciest, most dramatic music video to date.
You have to give it to Laura Mvula; her vocal chops are second to none.
Kansas trio Moreland & Arbuckle plays a smokin' bluesy brand of roots rock that's so hot it could burn the house down.
Egyptian Lover - “I Cry (Night After Night)” Featuring Dam-Funk, Folerio and More (Singles Going Ste
The track smacks of the multi-genre pop savvy and creative eccentricity of Prince, yet still emphatically radiates the uniqueness of Egyptian Lover's personal aesthetic.
Run the Jewels is one of the best hip-hop groups of the 2010s, and "Love Again" is one of their best songs yet.
"Born Slippy" remains one of Underworld's most mesmerizing and uplifting slices of electronica
"Die Schallplatte" takes the most basic elements of Kraftwerkian synthpop and integrates them into a strobe light-mimicking exercise in dancefloor hypnosis.
"For What It's Worth" is an atmospheric R&B slow jam that seems to be on the verge of a self-destructive nervous breakdown