"There Be Monsters" from Portland's Far Lands is understated but impactful and a testament to the group's attention to richly detailed songwriting.
Death By Unga's "Faster Than Light" is the latest single from new LP, Heavy Male Insecurity, which finds the Norwegian act brandishing their best attitude and melodies
As an innovative musician who grew up in Nashville before making a name for herself in Atlanta, K Michelle DuBois changes with the times while exploring other unconventional ways to write and record The Fever Returns.
Longtime Winterpills member Philip B. Price steps out with a masterful new solo release that taps into the zeitgeist without being defined by it.
London neo-soul artist Kianja follows an upbeat single with more introspection on the deeply affecting "In a Different Light".
Brooklyn folkie Ana Egge collaborated with Dick Connette and Stewart Lerman on "This Time", which was directly inspired by the murder of George Floyd.
Alabama Slim's "Rock Me Baby" is music that stays mostly still, allowing the world to move around it and reveal its fullest heart and soul only when the listener becomes one with the music's masterful simplicity and quiet elegance.
Without a holiday season full of good cheer in the year of the pandemic, Heather Maloney takes the right approach by making a festive EP and lyric video that will still deliver an emotional resonance.
Signed to Nettwerk Records after she took her musical pursuits to LA, Boston's Rosie Darling debuts as a singer-songwriter who brings a soothing voice and peace of mind to these turbulent times.
Moira Smiley and VOCO's "The Call" urges to stay strong in our shared humanity against the screaming voices of division. It's a plea for oneness as the US exercises its essential identity as a democracy on 3 November.
San Diego's Kimm Rogers taps into frustration with truth-masking on "Lie". "What I found most frustrating was that no one would utter the word 'lie'."