Gonora Sounds’ Daniel Gonora sings about economic crises, tragic deaths, and social struggles from his personal history and the lives of those around him.
Sydney’s Gang of Youths make music that feels massive and Angel in Realtime is immaculately produced and loaded with the group’s natural energy.
On Bamanan, Rokia Koné spreads messages of hope, resistance, and history that further cement her relevance as simultaneously a performer and commentator.
Unorthodox subject matter and an ability to find the more macabre aspects of daily life take Marissa Nadler in fresh, less explored directions on The Wrath of the Clouds.
In an electric new video, Kasai Allstars’ constant beats, gorgeous scenery shots, and Khalab’s Afrofuturist beats come together at top speed.
Magical Nights is the sonic portrait of a paragon of rock and roll, Phương Tâm sounding like some kind of ideal of a youth music icon.
Beautifulgarbage saw Garbage laid bare in a new way that has since given them more room in which to maneuver their invigorating moodiness.
When you open Pepe Deluxé’s Phantom Cabinet, you have to jump in with both feet. Even setting wacky instrument antics aside, it’s a musical baptism worth total immersion.
Before I Die has a fashionably unfinished quality, something that works in electronic producer Park Hye Jin’s favor. Park makes for an ideal musical antihero.