Essayist Brian Phillips is no staunch empiricist, nor does he want to shatter delusions or expose machinations. In Impossible Owls, he is content to remain in a wide-eyed and owl-ier place.
The fascist mind, always limited by parochial sentimentality, fears art because it fears any hint of ambiguity.
Welsh artist Ani Glass offers up the dreamy and ethereal synthpop of "Peirianwaith Perffaith" as her latest single.
Dead Sara has followed up their first two albums with 2018's Temporary Things Taking Up Space, a six-song EP that stands as one of the year's best releases in rock.
A.J. Croce has blazed his own trail from the legacy of his father, Jim Croce, finding new challenges throughout his accomplished career.
Mountain Heart is a veteran quartet who rely on their musical wisdom to create a polished yet rustic sound on Soul Searching.
Escondido's Warning Bells represents a successful step forward for a band who had their basic sound figured out from the start.
Tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman records with two different bass clarinetists on his latest free jazz releases.
The fourth in a series of David Bowie boxed sets, Loving the Alien (1983-1988) covers a period in the late artist's career than many hardcore fans would prefer to forget. Time for a reassessment.
The video for "Saviour" on Nosound's Allow Yourself does an ingeniously subtle job of ornamenting the song's lusciously haunting power.
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