Toronto indie band, Ducks Unlimited find jangly joy on their buzzy debut EP titled, ironically enough, Get Bleak.
Twenty-five years after the release of R.E.M.'s Monster, a lavish boxed set of the Georgia quartet's most controversial album creates a much-deserved opportunity for reassessment.
While the rest of the world bickers and sulks, Luther Russell and Big Star's Jody Stephens as Those Pretty Wrongs make an album brimming with love and positivity.
Teenage Fanclub create an impeccably boss Velvet Underground groove with "Everything Is Falling Apart".
The Chills' Snow Bound musically captures the band's depth and versatility while demonstrating their creativity and willingness to embrace new directions.
A gift for Feelies fans, this 1987 side project from Yung Wu, Shore Leave, is finally available on CD.
It can get loud, it can get weird and even downright sad. It all adds up to lovely mini-oeuvre.
The career retrospective of the veritable Pat Fish, aka the Jazz Butcher, continues with four (more) albums of crazy/beautiful indie pop. Not your typical Creation Records fare.
Every streetlight a reminder: a quarter-century after its initial release, R.E.M.'s crowning achievement is available as a deluxe set.
Their influences were out in the open for all to see, but this Orchids retrospective sums up the sweet joy of these jangle pop stalwarts.