Robert Cray plays subtly with basic blues convention on Midnight Stroll, turning it into a brand-new face for listeners who have heard it all before.
On All of This Is Chance, Irish folk singer Lisa O’Neill turns the attention to herself, with what might be her most personal collection of songs yet.
Lettuce tour with Unify, a timely collection utilizing tone sciences and some socially conscious lyrics to urge humanity to unite as one nation under the groove.
On Music in the Afterlife, Martin Kennedy and Gareth Koch put themselves in the running for an impossible task to make a soundtrack for eternal bliss.
If you like mid-period Beatles and Byrds, Wilco at their lightest, the Stones at their brightest, and Big Star, you’ll like Daily Worker’s Autofiction.
In January’s best metal albums, Katatonia return with their beautiful gloom, Ahab travel into the doom/death abyss, and Oozing Wound carve out their furious identity.
That ’90s Show creator Gregg Mettler says he loves ’90s music. Will his comedy include these 25 songs that make us nostalgic for the 1990s?
Like the snow-coated cover art of Drifting, the paradoxical sound of Mette Henriette’s trio presents a bit of serenity by way of extreme conditions.
Brian Lopez of XIXA and Calexico fame premieres “3,000 Stories”, the first single from his new album TIDAL that’s releasing this summer.
Tom Verlaine’s death symbolizes the continued denouement of a certain period of New York City history, a time when the word “bohemian” still held some meaning.