Italian audio collective Sigillum S are probably not nearly as well known as they ought to be, for The Irresistible Art of Space Colonization and Its Mutation Implications is one of the finest dark electronic albums of the year.
PopMatters speaks with Wild Nothing's Jack Tatum about moving home to Virginia, musical transitions, and how to build on the best influences from the past.
Garbage brings a powerful female perspective 20 years on, in a show devoid of nostalgia and full of powerful messages.
After years of working as a solo artist, Ashleigh Flynn had every reason to find strength in numbers and form a rock band with determined women who want to play by their rules.
The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band Pierce Through the Darkness with "You Can't Steal My Shine" (premiere)
The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band deliver a hand-clapping, foot-stomping hymnal with "You Can't Steal My Shine".
In Conrad's significant project of tracking the representations of women in sci-fi cinema, he's mindful of his subjectivity.
Granville Automatic's new single "News of the World" is a gorgeous slice of Americana that tells the story of showman bartender Ike Johnson.
Multi-instrumentalist Julie Carpenter a.k.a Less Bells unveils her new project with Solifuge, a record of controlled experimentalism, serene atmospherics and great depth.