Vintage swing, future bass, and an attitude of anarchy reign on French duo Ginkgoa's latest single "Don't Give a Damn".
Litorate's "Yellow Pool" is a compelling, hallucinatory trip of a track that seems to operate in a parallel space where the tangible and intangible merge.
Confident Music for Confident People is a superb debut by Australian dance-pop band, Confidence Man, who have already found their sound.
Brazilian Girls' Let's Make Love is filled with an unyielding blend of love, defiance, and fearless beats of every kind, all topped off with Sabina Sciubba's incredible voice.
Hometown duo Sofi Tukker held sway over a wild audience in New York City as their Treehouse World tour gets underway.
Trumpet playing pop phenom Spencer Ludwig shares new earworm single "Just Wanna Dance" urging us to enjoy life away from social media for just a little while.
The Flipside examines film director Baz Luhrmann's surprisingly lively bubblegum pop effort Something for Everybody, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year.
After several years away (at least as a performer), Moby performed two intimate shows in New York City in support of Everything was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt.
Moby creates a despondent calm in advance of the determined storm. It is the best thing Moby has done in a long time.
Portland dance quartet Gold Casio present the simple idea of accepting and loving oneself in a profound way on "Sinners".
Frustrated with Japan's profit-driven music scene, Kazuto Okawa began making music that rejected Tokyo's parochial consumer culture and moved as far away from J-pop as possible, creating his own sound.
As the Recording Academy prepares to honor Tina Turner with a 2018 "Lifetime Achievement Award", PopMatters celebrates the Queen of Rock's legacy of golden gramophones.