The Pink Stones recall the hazy, beer-soaked sound of 1970s Tulsa with a fresh coat of pain and a wicked sense of humor on “Love Me Hardly”.
The Weeping Willows’ “Black Crow” sports stunning acoustic guitar work, heavenly harmonies, and a haunting melody rooted in American gothic.
Chicago’s the Claudettes take on inequality and fear on “Kept Them in the Dark”, tracked during sessions for 2020’s ‘High Times in the Dark’.
Evie Sands’ first full-length album in two decades is giving the storied artist a new lease on life. The soulful, gritty, and hard-hitting lead single makes the case.
The Blips’ “Walking Home” is a powerful blast of pop from members of Vulture Whale, Bad Hops, Holy Youth, and others. Their debut album arrives on 9 April.
The latest single from Keen Dreams’ upcoming debut album is a plea for fleeting moments of peace and beauty, accompanied by an oddly nostalgic music video.
The track holds a special place in Barnett’s heart. He tells PopMatters, “This song means a lot to me. It encapsulates my process of letting go of New York City, where my closest friends and music community were.”
What happens when Elizabeth Ziman of Elizabeth and the Catapult and comedian Robert Dean reunite to make a B&W lyric video (starring Betty Boop) for a splashy new single? Welcome to their dream world.
Indie folk's Joe Kaplow premieres his new single "February Prorated Rent", a profoundly haunting and affecting song.
Peter Case releases The Midnight Broadcast this March. It's his first album of new material since 2015 and a celebration of late-night travel, a meditation on loneliness, and the power of music.