Sziget Festival Days 3, 4, 5 - Lana Del Rey and Dua Lipa Are Teenage Icons, Mumford and Sons Melt Hearts
The weekend sees some impressive crowds, wildly eclectic performances and much more of the Sziget Festivals's unique, trademark festive mood.
Hymn for Her issues new video, "Blue Balloons", ahead of roots-based new album which reminds us that roots can be found in soil other than American.
New York trio the Exits' "Press Repeat" speaks to the loneliness of urban life and the urgency of human connection.
The Chairman Dances' latest video sees them out for a trip to the grocery that's as curious and captivating as "Acme Parking Garage" itself.
We should take seriously indie rock trends driven by nostalgia— the revival of white rock forms, the whitewashing of disco and yacht rock, and the rise of normcore—as what they are: conservative gestures flying under the radar in a climate of poptimist reappraisal.
Former Uncle Lucius frontman Kevin Galloway created his soulful first solo effort as "a love letter, and a promise to my newly formed family" and it's as memorable as any of his previous work.
Robbie Fulks turns Linda Gail Lewis' life story into an oracle to see the past as it really was—when Southern rock was down and dirty and set the prim nation on its head.
All relationships, whether romantic or otherwise, are full of peaks and valleys. Orchards figure might as well put a bright backdrop on the whole thing.