Combining field recordings with quiet, droning musical touches, A Softer Focus from experimentalist Claire Rousay may be her strongest work yet.
Canadian composer Colin Fisher brings his jazz chops to an odd, calming collection of new-age psychedelia, Reflections of the Invisible World.
On Together and Alone, Bad Keys of the Mountain pack plenty of hooks and a wide range of influences into their country/rock sound.
Be it film, music, movement, or photography, Muyassar Kurdi is dedicated to creating multisensory, interactive experiences for her audiences. PopMatters recently spoke to her about recent projects, her artistic philosophies, and what’s on the horizon.
The latest album from legendary producer Daniel Lanois, Heavy Sun, combines his longtime love of gospel organ music with his more familiar sounds.
On their first album in 25 years, Too Much Joy offer up the first bona fide roll-down-the-windows, crank-up-the-car-stereo album of 2021. Welcome back.
On Theory of Ice, renowned Michi Saagig Nishnaabeg scholar, writer, and artist, Leanne Betasamosake Simpson speaks and sings of the urgency of taking care of a planet in peril.
Massachusetts rock collective, Sunburned Hand of the Man are back with their first studio album in a decade. Pick a Day to Die is a vast collection covering a wealth of styles and moods.
Brooklyn-based composer Rachika Nayar’s first full-length album Our Hands Against the Dusk is infused with a kaleidoscopic beauty.
The latest single from Keen Dreams’ upcoming debut album is a plea for fleeting moments of peace and beauty, accompanied by an oddly nostalgic music video.