Deftly detailed in production and mixing, Aan’s newest album, “Losing My Shadow,” presents itself as a piece of aural craft.
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.
Local legend Kyle Craft is back again with catchy and tasteful “Showboat Honey,” the band’s third album with Sub Pop.
Wearing her heart on her sleeve, Satalino navigates these feelings as musical moniker Outer Spaces, a solo act that has taken on a full form in its newest album Gazing Globe.
LA trio Froth (Joo-Joo Ashworth on vocals and guitar, Jeremy Katz on bass and guitar, …
Excerpt for online: Hannah Rodgers, aka Pixx, keeps her synth-electro flare while adding some grungy edge on her second full-length album.
The avant-pop stalwarts’ fifth record is full of funky white-boy indie pop… but do we need more funky white-boy indie pop?
Sinkane’s new record, Dépaysé, speaks in voices that demand to be heard.