Wisconsin collective Proud Parents excites with a sound that's vintage 1987 on their debut album.
Replete with intense drama, moral dilemmas, and interpersonal conflict, Hideo Yokoyama provides a remarkably well-constructed illustration of the dilemmas journalists face in difficult situations.
The title cut from Willie Nile's upcoming LP Children of Paradise is a powerful portrait of the timely and timeless.
Ryan Walsh chronicles the making of Van Morrison's Astral Weeks and the chaotic Boston scene that gave birth to it and tells us all about it in this expansive interview.
Electronic Producer Automatisme Soundtracks the Landscapes of Transit on New Album and Track "Bureau 1" (premiere)
Automatisme's music falls into the experimental end of electronic music as his new album, Transit, takes calculated samples from field recordings made at transit sites in Canada.
With Víctor Erice's El Sur, we must console ourselves with a work whose haunting near-perfection becomes the source of its perfection.
On his latest album, The Blues Is Alive and Well, blues legend Buddy Guy stares his mortality in the face.
Kate NV paints with weighty droplets, globs of synthesizer notes that evoke vintage Sesame Street segments and dilapidated music boxes even as their minimalism gives them a purely modern quality.
Americana artist Josh King's latest single "Dreamer's Dream" is a scorching ballad that dives deep into the heart of a midlife crisis.
On their third full-length release, Kindness, A Rebel, indie Americana outfit River Whyless address important issues by simply acknowledging their overwhelming presence in daily life, circa 2018