New tunes from Vampire Weekend, the National, Telekinisis and more, plus notes.
Hip-hop artist Andy Kayes serves up a sensory-delight with a visual and aural feast of a video for his single, "The Man Without a Face".
Dylan Ettinger’s sunless analog electronics get a visual accompaniment that warps a VHS of the surreal '90s vampire classic Nadja into colorful, suitably abstracted art.
'Last Shop Standing' charts the rise, fall, and rebirth of the independent record store in the UK. It includes interviews with Paul Weller, Johnny Marr, Billy Bragg and more.
Candy Claws returns with its signature dreamy, inquisitive style. In this incarnation, however, the band fleshes out its expansive fantasy world with musical ideas that fit its scope.
Daft Punk unleash their inner disco auteurs and release a colossal, self-indulgent mess as their comeback album. And make it work. Like PopMatters on Facebook and Twitter to double and triple your chances to win.
Here's another song for your summer 2013 soundtrack. "Sure Stuck" by Honeymoon has that laid-back groove of '60s and '70s psych pop without being stuck in the past, which is always a fine line.
Silver Arm are a new British band specializing in hard-hitting, post-punky psychedelia.
Another anthem for this summer's soundtrack.
These diverse songs allow Natalie Maines to showcase her uncanny knack for delivering a wealth of emotional information without over-playing her hand. Like PopMatters on Facebook and Twitter to double and triple your chances of winning.