Guy Buttery, Mudassir Khan, and Mohd. Amjad Khan’s music on One Morning in Gurgaon is inspired, a transcontinental encounter that stirs the imagination.
Formerly one-third of the indie-pop band TEEN, Lizzie Loveless is out on her own with a mature, sophisticated album that spans genres and moods.
Lee Gamble’s music asks: how far you go before that human core is lost? How futuristic can techno become without losing its playfulness and elasticity?
Alisa Amador’s Narratives does what an EP is meant to do. It gives a taste of Amador’s sweet vocals and melodies, leaving the listener wanting more.
Supergrass’ In It for the Money has gone down in rock history as a Britpop classic, and it sounds fresh and gleaming to this day.