On his third album, Wall expands his increasingly deep catalog of cowboy ditties and prairie songs with another batch of high and lonesome tunes alongside his excellent honky-tonk style band.
The new collaborative project offers a disparate blend of cosmic soundscapes, western and eastern psychedelia, and computer music.
The U.K. singer-songwriter's third album is unabashedly nostalgic, recalling details in a way that evokes genuine longing.
The second collaboration from L'Orange and Solemn Brigham is another captivating work full of laser-sharp lyricism paired with dusty and groove-centric sampling.
The legendary duo's third full-length collaborative effort brings their journey full circle, flexing their superior skill and craftsmanship to create an ambitious, 95-minute jazz-rap opus that celebrates and pays homage to a rich musical and cultural history.
The Portland indie folk singer's new album, My Echo, is out October 23rd.
On his new record, the well-traveled Texas blues man makes you feel as if he's lived through every note he plays.
On her 11th studio album, McKenna proves once more that she is adept at crafting warm and somber Americana with a heartfelt message.
The self-titled project from the newly formed supergroup illuminates a vibe and cheerfulness only attainable when collaborators are closely bonded by friendship.
The baritoned Canadian's new album, Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs, arrives August 28th.
On their new album, the Atlanta rapper-producer uses comic book fan-fiction as a vehicle for their societal observations and personal anxieties.
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.
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 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.
New music roundups are a monthly recap dedicated to covering the latest music in a series of short, descriptive reviews. This month’s edition includes new releases from Lucinda Williams, Quelle Chris, Rina Sawayama and more.
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.
Playboi Carti's new single is a colorful response to his haters.
New music roundups are a monthly recap dedicated to covering the latest music in a series of short, descriptive reviews. This month’s edition includes new releases from Don Toliver, Jesse Daniel, U.S. Girls and more.
Last month, Lil Uzi Vert shocked the rap community by finally releasing his long-anticipated, leak-plagued sophomore album, Eternal Atake. As if that weren't enough, he followed that up with another project, LUV vs. The World 2, the following Friday.
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.