Basil Strawberry’s “Woman” is an 8-track concept album documenting the feelings and experiences of trans identity.
Just like wandering around an old drive-thru movie theater, Ethereal Whispers In The Void rings …
Deftly detailed in production and mixing, Aan’s newest album, “Losing My Shadow,” presents itself as a piece of aural craft.
“Reward” is Cate Le Bon’s new album on Brooklyn label, Mexican Summer, and is strikingly original, possibly the most thoughtfully-composed pop albums of the year.
Ever since his breakout hit, “Goodie Bag,” Still Woozy has been transporting listeners into a dreamy lo-fi trance.
“Raw Honey”, the recent release by collective, Drugdealer, combines funk, folk, and jazz influences to create a uniquely rich album.
Unconventional and charismatic, Detroit-based musician Stef Chura’s emotionally charged and clamorous output takes bold risks in a conventional music landscape.
The Clavin sisters channel confidence and clarity with catchiness in their new commitment to sobriety and each other.
Rogue, the newest release by Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna, is a summer album for the brokenhearted.
Mal Blum’s “Pity Boy” hits home with pop-punk style guitar chords, gentle folk-like riffs, and a catchy indie pop structure.