Borderless Australian band Tangents combines their mesmerizing New Bodies track "Lake George" with warping aerial footage of its namesake location.
Swervedriver's sixth album Future Ruins, their second since reuniting, faces dystopia with sustained momentum.
Deerhunter's eighth studio album wrestles with escapist and confrontational impulses, and continues their exploration of shifting sonic identity.
Philly post-no-wave jammers Writhing Squares play with raw power on their new single, "Dirt in My Mind's Eye".
Dutch multi-instrumentalist Jacco Gardner's wispy, pastoral psychedelia takes on a nocturnal edge on new album, Somnium.
The Durutti Column's hesitant and beguiling foray into the realm of modern classical gets the thorough revisit that it deserves.
The indie punk sucker punch kicks off the DIY duo Washer's new split 7" with Brooklyn compatriots Bethlehem Steel.
Cool Ghouls singer/songwriter/bassist Pat Thomas gently brings his hometown of San Francisco to task on his new solo album, I Ain't Buyin' It.
Singer-songwriter Jay Bolotin gets an overdue release of his recordings from the first half of the 1970s.
New York City's 79.5 harmonize and synthesize throughout their soulful debut album, Predictions, and share the politically charged single "Sisters Unarmed".
A Hawk and a Hacksaw Summon a Vibrant Folk Spiral with "The Sky Is Blue, The Desert Is Yellow" (premiere)
The Old World-splicing folk duo, a Hawk and a Hacksaw, draw a humid, sandswept slice of music from their latest album, Forest Bathing.
Jason Pierce's latest And Nothing Hurt is a kind of condensed greatest hits of the greatest merits of Spiritualized.
Unruly post-hardcore band NEEDS from Vancouver, BC, hijack the hijackers in their new video for the Limitations track.
On Frosting on the Beater, the Posies subsumed their early XTC-isms and other influences into a distinct mode and found their own sense of the timeless.
Seattle's Spesh calls up the rowdy spirits of Madchester and Northern psychedelia on their forthcoming debut album, Famous World.
As Chastity, Ontario's Brandon Williams offers a bracing, brutal assessment of teenage life in his hometown on new album, Death Lust.
San Francisco quartet the Love-Birds's assured debut album has a scuffed sheen of power pop legacy.
The multi-edged Portland band No Kind of Rider offer another single from their upcoming album, Savage Coast.