Black Duck’s debut is an instrumental tour de force sweeping the American landscape from the southern breeze and the northern chill to the majestic ocean.
Weval pore beats and static all over the melodies on their dense textural new album, Remember, which only highlights how melodic it really is.
Former Talk Talk member Mark Hollis was ruthlessly honest in his pursuit of a musical vision. This biography attests to the gifts and costs of his artistic pursuit.
Spiritualized harness their power on Everything Was Beautiful. Filling the album to the brim with instruments, they find new space in old sounds.
On GOSS’ sophomore electropop album, I Feel Like Planet Earth the music is our saving photosynthesis, fighting off the darkening times.
Trentemøller’s Memoria is intended to be listened to in the dark: total darkness, total immersion. Added visuals would just be sensory overload.
Earthling is a panoramic listen of all things Eddie Vedder, a showcase of defiance and loss, and above all, of acceptance, forgiveness, and perseverance.
Electronic music’s Jon Hopkins takes a deep dive and goes straight for the heart on Music for Psychedelic Therapy. The question is, will you go?
Danish chillout duo Bremer/McCoy release Natten today. We chart their journey and delve into what makes their music and live shows so spiritually appealing.