Friday, June 12 2015
In attempting to create a cohesive DJ set, Darren Cunningham (Actress) shows his skills lie more in his own material than the seamless integration of others.
On her self-titled release, Hannah Miller strips back the instrumental curtain for a more broodingly honest delivery.
Thursday, June 11 2015
A perfect fit for the Permanent Vacation label, Lauer forges ahead at full steam.
Classical and electronic Italian music meet African beats and Turkish melodies.
Pennsylvania alt-rockers Superheaven want to ride the flannel-clad '90s bandwagon with satisfactory results.
Wednesday, June 10 2015
On their sophomore LP Restless Youth, it’s evident that the band has something to prove in that they’re not just another string band.
Tuesday, June 9 2015
The Baltimore band’s debut album is an onslaught of sweeping but sharp-edged blitzkrieg pop.
Thursday, June 4 2015
Detroit trio addresses plight of Joseph Merrick, isolationism, and cognitive dissonance amid airy synths, laser-beam guitar lines, and askew rhythms on new EP.
Wednesday, June 3 2015
Timbre's double-disk concept album asks a lot of its listeners, but gives plenty in return.
Wednesday, May 27 2015
From this rare live recording, listen to the MK II lineup of Deep Purple blaze and jam through 70 minutes of their now-classic tunes on Long Beach 1971.
Tuesday, May 26 2015
For round three, Peach Kelli Pop’s Allie Hanlon enlists the help of a few friends to flesh out her sugary sweet pop confections.
Thursday, May 21 2015
With a name befitting their sound, Shark Week heads to the beach with copious amounts of fuzz, reverb and punk posturing in tow.
Tuesday, May 19 2015
Luis Perdomo recorded Twenty-Two 22 years after turning 22.
Monday, May 18 2015
Presenting much more to its audience than simple background history, the album is a leap through time and an introduction to the life of a man worthy of being celebrated.
It’s inevitable that Tomás Pagán Motta should be tagged with Drake dictates, given the sad yet beautiful atmospheric set-ups that express his sentiments in such a stunning manner.
A scant five songs, but amplified by a deep reservoir of emotion.
Thursday, May 14 2015
The up-and-coming boy band North of Nine secure themselves as a Top 40-ready force to be reckoned with with strong lyricism and memorable hooks.
Like its inscrutable cover image, ANAMAI’s Sallows requires much of its listeners. Those willing to fully engage will not be disappointed.
Wednesday, May 13 2015
As its title implies, there's a battle of personalities raging on Jekyll Island.
As a first foray into the world of studio recording with a founding member lost, the collective does better than most in more than making up for a missing piece.