On new single "Je T'aime", Fling meld the classic '70s rock of the Faces with the pop nous of the Kinks and sprinkle it with the cosmic vibe of early Marc Bolan.
Young jazz pianist Christian Sands covers a ton of ground very well on Facing Dragons as he seeks to define himself relative to the tradition.
Dizzee Rascal offers up five brilliant new tracks on Don't Gas Me, and they confirm the artist hasn't lost his hunger. In fact, he's setting up for a blazing future.
Rich in textures and raw emotions, Marissa Nadler's For My Crimes is a lush and rewarding record from an assured, mature songwriter.
Liars Continue to Experiment with Solitude and Broken Relationships on 'Titles with the Word Fountain'
Liars quickly follow-up 2017's TFCF with TWTWF, a sparse, ambient set of tracks that continues Angus Andrew's experimentation as the sole remaining founding member of the band.
While the films Dracula A.D. 1972 and Dracula 2000 seem to be using a silly gimmick by placing the titular vampire into a modern setting, they are being uniquely faithful to Bram Stoker's gothic novel.
Liana Finck dazzles with her minimalist lines, which include the simple grids of her panels and gutters. Her plot is an artist's plot, a kind of mystery or vision quest.
The fluidly connected jamming on "Set Your Soul Free" reveals how innovative Phish can still be in 2018, exploring a multi-dimensional sonic landscape that takes the audience on an uplifting journey to a realm where anything seems possible.