Grungy shoegazers Big Vic wade through a fog of guitar noise in search of clarity on their debut album, Girl, Buried.
Deafheaven’s Infinite Granite is a very successful shoegaze-inspired alt-rock record with a great sense of dynamics and some really catchy songs.
On their debut, The Second Body, New Orleans’ Keen Dreams lean into a 1980s aesthetic while still sounding fresh, vibrant, and forward-thinking.
Gaadge’s debut LP Yeah? is the sound of a new Pittsburgh. This version of the “Paris of Appalachia” is more cosmopolitan, more contemporary but still reserves a kind of understated magic behind its Fort Pitt-like cement walls
The latest single from Keen Dreams’ upcoming debut album is a plea for fleeting moments of peace and beauty, accompanied by an oddly nostalgic music video.
The Epic ‘The Besnard Lakes Are the Last of the Great Thunderstorm Warnings’ Sustains Its Emotional Payoff
With their first album in five years, the Besnard Lakes capture the journey from the primordial origins of life to the unknown that awaits us after death.
On Terminus, the latest album from the project that rose from the ashes of Godflesh, Justin Broadrick once again plumbs the recesses of memory to retrieve his own signature blend of melody and heaviness.
Third Man Records offers a generous overview of Michigan's burgeoning space-rock scene from the 1990s. It covers a wide swath of genres while offering a bunch of largely-unheard rarities.