Ambient maestro Matthew Robert Cooper (Eluvium) is two decades into his career, and on his latest LP, overcomes surprising obstacles physical and geographical.
Possibly the only DJ on earth to get the blessing of the Jerry Garcia estate, LP Giobbi’s first solo record charts a new course for contemporary dance music.
Morgan Kibby has written hits for Panic! at the Disco and Lady Gaga. Yet her true calling was found in a wild new songwriting persona: Sue Clayton.
Pivoting from cybergrind to New Age jazz within a song is nothing new for Fire-Toolz’s Angel Marcloid. What’s new is the fanbase she’s cultivating for her wild genre experiments.
With a decades-long career of crafting ambient material as flexible in tone as it is in scope, a new box set reveals secrets to Tor Lundvall’s unknown catalog.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra return from a five-year hiatus to deliver a double album, V, containing both the best and blandest songs they’ve ever made.
While Luke Haines’ morbid British rock outfit is happy as a cult act, this box set, repackaging their 2014 reissues, makes a case for the Auteurs’ greatness.
Essentially a re-issue of a 2011 box set with Neutral Milk Hotel’s recorded work, their legacy remains unparalleled even if there’s not much new to exhume.
Graham Coxon could have made his memoir Verse, Chorus, Monster! a Blur / Britpop tell-all, but he wraps up honest observations in a lovely, conversational tone.
Free of major-label constraints, Tove Lo turns her dark sex-positive pop into something wiser and mature. Yet fans need not worry as Dirt Femme‘s BPM still kicks.