The L.A. up and comer's latest track is subtle in sound yet intensely reflective.
Wood's big sound echoes ’80s giants like The Cure and Kate Bush, but the playful sarcasm embedded in her lyrics is a product of her eccentric individuality.
The sister trio's latest album shows off their well-developed pop-rock skill set and a newfound musical curiosity.
We linked up with the ramblin' roots legend to talk about the release of his new album, CO-STARRING, songwriting greats, and a lifetime of making music.
On her sophomore effort, Bridgers perfectly captures the essence of millennial diffidence, along with our eternal need for intimacy.
The simplicity of the Atlanta-based artist's second single captures the perpetual longing most of us are feeling this summer.
The powerhouse Los Angeles guitarist returns with a four-track EP of cleverly reimagined covers.
Homegrown is the work of a mercurial poet finding hope in his darkest hour.
The new collaboration from Freddie Gibbs and The Alchemist is another slick and assertive offering in the coke-rap canon.
The Oslo native's new record, Wildhorse, is due out this October. We chatted about playing live streams, staying creative during quarantine and the bustling Norwegian country scene.
The fourth installment in the duo’s essential self-titled series is as vital and of the moment as anything in their increasingly historic catalog.
The Atlanta duo's lonesome twang evokes the feeling of trekking through a barren and rugged landscape in search of an oasis: the perfect soundtrack for a horseback-riding, gun-slinging adventure on the big screen.
On her latest single, the Seattle songstress takes her sound to cinematic new heights.
Sporting an irresistible bubblegum bassline and a pulsating drum beat, the track conjures up a spacey and sensual longing for everlasting love.
We spoke with Cave Flowers' Andy McCallister and Ben Coil about their new album, country music on the West Coast, the spirit of collaboration and more.
The New York indie pop singer-songwriter captures the ennui at the core of millennial angst in a way that's simultaneously danceable and evocative.
On their fourth and final album, the Santa Barbara psych outfit's mix of surf, blues and hard rock is as unpredictable as ever. They sound like they are having the time of their lives.
Stoic and sublime, the fifth Waxahatchee album is a punchy Americana record that figures to be among this year's best.
On her new single, Hannah Telle's stately nature as a singer-songwriter comes to life within a bold and kaleidoscopic instrumental pallet.
Looking for new music-related content to dive into during social distancing? These 10 podcasts offer a fun and immersive way to learn about your favorite artists, songs and music history.
There’s an unsettling nature about the songs on Sarah Peacock’s new album, 'Burn the Witch.' We spoke with the singer-songwriter about her latest record and more.
Kellen of Troy's new album, "Vanity Project," is out March 13. We caught up with the witty singer-songwriter to chat about his record, internet culture, and more.
Tame Impala's latest ventures deeper into the world of commercialized electronica while retaining the adventurous spirit of the band's earliest recordings. It's the most impeccably produced set of Tame Impala songs to date.
"Cosmic Scene" and "Easy Rider" mark the latest entries in the Portland songwriter's growing catalog of meditative guitar music.
The Taos-based duo crafts an immersive concept album that explores the terrestrial, spatial, and spiritual elements of their native Land of Enchantment.
On "Living in My World," the Santa Barbara multi-instrumentalist tries his hand at composing an ambitious art-rock ballad.
We caught up with the fiddler-turned indie rocker to talk more about her stellar new EP, life in Nashville, musical identity and more.
Los Angeles indie rock outfit Acres Even are back with visuals for their debut single.
Like everyone else, the last ten years for Mercy Bell were filled with life-altering decisions, events and experiences, all of which can be heard loud and clear on her new self-titled album.
Out of all the artistic touchstones in David Bowie's mercurial career, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars remains one of his most celebrated and accessible bodies of work.