New Zealand songwriter Aldous Harding’s sophomore album “Party” is punchier and even more haunting than her more folk-influenced debut.
The infinitely chill Dutch indie pop outfit Klangstof anchors reverb-drenched soundscapes with sophisticated beats. Klangstof opens for The Flaming Lips at Roseland Theater on May 12
Dave Hartley, decade-long member of The War On Drugs, produces synth-pop psychedelia as Nightlands. Hear it live on May 10 at The Doug Fir.
Growing up in a family where music runs through the veins, the 27-year-old Nick Hakim finds his own sound amid his parents’ love for South African music and his brother’s penchant for punk.
Slowdive has returned. Read our review of their new album here.
This neighborhood mainstay has always been The Tonic, no matter what the sign out front said. In this month’s Know Your Venue feature, we welcome back The Tonic Lounge and explore its owners’ future plans.