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.
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Sinkane’s new record, Dépaysé, speaks in voices that demand to be heard.
Given the time they had to explore off-tour and not quite at home, Big Thief experimented, playing with what they call, “dynamic feedback and spiritual, rhythmic togetherness.”
Dreamy melodies, folksy instrumentals and Southern twang are at the heart of Faye Webster’s newest album, “Atlanta Millionaires Club.”
Formed near Leeds in 2015, Drahla is a post-punk group whose full-length debut for Captured…
Dinosaur Jr. frontman treads familiar territory in his third collection of heartfelt acoustic solo work.
With WARM, Tweedy made a record meant for those who need him – as a musician, as a storyteller, as a voice for the corners of our minds that remain frustratingly abstract.
The debut LP is a mellow, reflective narrative from Justin Giles Wilcox via a current of dreamy folk-rock.