Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever mostly navigates a mix of downtempo and glitchy ambience, framing her as Gen Z’s resident chanteuse.
Upper Wilds’ Venus is a glorious cacophony of guitar noise, pounding drums, fuzz bass, and big catchy hooks. It filters guitar heroics through punk energy.
Twenty-five years after its release, Alice in Chains’ MTV Unplugged is an essential grunge album and a career-high point for the band.
Longtime Los Lobos member Steve Berlin talks about relearning the saxophone during the lockdown and the inspiration behind their latest album, Native Sons.
Sub Pop gives loving, reverent treatment to Mudhoney’s sophomore album. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge celebrates its 30th birthday.
Real Gone Music continues to reach out and fall great music that fell through the cracks over the years, including the Awakening’s ‘Mirage’ from Black Jazz
Take a step back into 1974, when hair was big and the jazz of Henry Franklin was bigger. Much is going on, be it soulful, swinging, soft, or just plain funky.
The Felice Brothers share “Silverfish”, a silly song with a moral about the insect world and other natural pests ahead of the September album release and tour.