Seattle's Spesh calls up the rowdy spirits of Madchester and Northern psychedelia on their forthcoming debut album, Famous World.
As Chastity, Ontario's Brandon Williams offers a bracing, brutal assessment of teenage life in his hometown on new album, Death Lust.
San Francisco quartet the Love-Birds's assured debut album has a scuffed sheen of power pop legacy.
The multi-edged Portland band No Kind of Rider offer another single from their upcoming album, Savage Coast.
Shapeshifting Sydney quintet Tangents burn the genre maps and follow their impeccable improv instincts on New Bodies.
June Gloom and Rock Solid Are in the Mood for Quiet Introspection on Subletter / Something Solid (album stream)
Two indie singer-songwriters from the Exploding in Sound label, June Gloom and Rock Solid, join forces for an intimate split album, Subletter / Something Solid.
The Buttertones' latest album, Midnight in a Moonless Dream, is in part a reaffirmation of their combined strengths and also a well-considered step forward.
Portland's the Fourth Wall dream in high volume on the first track from their new album, Infinite Other.
Stephen Malkmus' 'Sparkle Hard' Slips Out of Twisting Plot Traps As Nonchalantly As It Slides Around Rigid Logic
The indie rock statesman Stephen Malkmus hones his sleight-of-hand rock on a fiery collection of songs for Sparkle Hard.
The French/Chilean Nova Materia electronic duo shade bright club rhythms with echoes of their post-punk past on "Nov Power".
Minneapolis noise-gaze trio Waveless seethes and soothes with discord and distance on their new album, As One More Folded Paper Crane.
The Italian cult duo's final album is part rock record and part religious ceremony, built on natural texture and stark mysticism.
New York synth duo House of Blondes tie together their new Time Trip with strands of Brian Eno, Vangelis, and futurist thump.