Tuesday, September 16 2014
The soaring vocals and the high-range guitar riff of "Sea Bitch" make it ideal for fans of indie rock at its purest.
Monday, September 15 2014
Norwegian singer/songwriter Sondre Lerche has a new album, Please, out next week, but you can stream it now courtesy of NPR.
The enigmatic "Home for the Holidays" is a perfect sample of what's to come on Glass Ghost's new LP, LYFE.
For fans of psychedelic music, whether vintage or contemporary, The Asteroid No. 4's self-titled studio effort should do just the trick.
For a collection of earnest, emotionally straightforward balladry, look no further than Jesse Macht's Suitcase Heart.
Thursday, September 11 2014
Washington, DC indie rock outfit Paperhaus is pleased to announce its self-titled full-length debut, to be released in January 2015.
In this brick of a book, Rick Perlstein chronicles a riveting, portentous period of American history that in many ways taught us lessons we still haven’t learned.
Wednesday, September 10 2014
The ebullient, sing-along ready "Bad Country" is but one of many highlights from the Last Bison's forthcoming album VA.
The innovative duo Teach Me Equals makes a strong case that maybe DIY punk and classical music aren't terribly far off with their debut, Knives in the Hope Chest.
Martin Gitlin's take on the best sitcoms is bound to start a fight, somewhere.