Thursday, August 27 2015
The Venezuelan bossa nova outlet is at it again, this time bringing some worldwide fan favorites into the fold.
Indie's most emotional release of the year thus far comes from the heart at the tip of Paper Arrows.
On their sixth full-length album, El Ten Eleven connects their well-honed musical idiosyncrasies with personal tragedy.
Wednesday, August 26 2015
The Sword aren't the only Austin band capable of kicking up a little 4:20-friendly riffology
Wednesday, August 19 2015
The Cocoon could have been something special. Hell, they were something special!
Mason finds evolution in devolution with this 15-track package of folk classics.
Tuesday, August 18 2015
Detroit femmelectro duo display growth and maturity while retaining noir sexiness on second EP.
Monday, August 17 2015
On her sixth studio release, the Shetland-born singer delves even deeper into the reaches of ambient-pop.
Wednesday, August 5 2015
Oakland Indie Mayhem's first compilation.
Searching Through That Minor Key lacks the raw emotional attachment of Altobelli's prior poetic work.
Wednesday, July 29 2015
Caravan of Thieves deliver a fun-packed album that will have listeners dancing in the rain.
Bill Payne, Carol Liebowitz, Eva Lindal make an entire album's worth of music by the seat of their three pairs of pants.
Powerfully blending melody and discord and inspired by pictures of the Paris events in May 1968, Canada’s Slow Down Molasses reflect the tension between ideals and reality, then and now.
Monday, July 27 2015
Much like a diamond, Assembling is brilliant due to its flaws.
Friday, July 24 2015
As two Norwegian artists stake their separate claims on one album, they wind up making a disturbing little masterpiece.
Thursday, July 23 2015
In This Arrangement of Molecules, Pocket Panda establish themselves as new rulers of the Washington rock scene with equal parts heart and mind.
Wednesday, July 22 2015
Canadian noise poppers deliver a lean set of loud, hooky guitar rock on their latest.
The Early Years EP offers a mercifully short set of unrelentingly pummeling dance rock from these Dublin noiseniks.
The Toronto trio’s third full-length delivers on the promise of their Hiding EP and expands their playbook in subtle ways.
Sunday, July 19 2015
If Junto was the sound of everything we loved about Jaxx hitting the pavement, this EP is the sound of street cleaners scraping up the remains.