Stretch Panic’s Glitter and Gore is a delightful romp through all manner of spooky subjects. Vampires, witches, and zombies get their time in the spotlight, and it’s set to upbeat, catchy rock.
An unexpected collaboration between Joseph Arthur and Peter Buck produces a great summer record of noisy, dark garage-pop.
Already climbing at radio, Austin unit Swimming With Bears gives listeners a chance to look while they listen on "French Girls".
Madrid-based garage rockers Hinds pull away from their lo-fi roots just a little bit to deliver a fun, versatile second album with I Don't Run.
Drawing on a range of influences from '50s female-fronted outfits to Manchester post-punk and all manner of noisy things, Colatura sounds both of and out of its time.