The Brooklyn songwriter's second solo record is a mercurial breakup album comprised of fragile lullabies that speak to his budding compositional skills.
The new covers record pays homage to the highly coveted, lone solo album from legendary Detroit artist Ted Lucas.
Taking cues from the electronic impressionism of Tangerine Dream and Cluster, the latest cut from Dylan Ryan consistently sounds as if it is on the verge of eruption.
The follow up to last year's 'Everlasting Spring,' the latest solo venture from the Maine-based multi-instrumentalist explores the essence of the fire element and its role within our earthly and celestial worlds.
The veteran guitarist speaks on recording his first solo album, playing guitar for Weyes Blood and other stalwart songwriters, and taking ownership of his ideas.
On his latest solo project, the Portland pedal steel player blends New Age, psychedelia, exotica, and cosmic country while pushing the outer limits of his instrument's traditional vocabulary.
The new collaborative project offers a disparate blend of cosmic soundscapes, western and eastern psychedelia, and computer music.
FKA twigs operates at a prodigious level of self-knowledge and artistic clarity. But even the most controlled artist can find herself in a mess of emotion. MAGDALENE reveals how the vulnerability of a decaying relationship can expose the hazy boundary between empowerment and helplessness.
Danny Brown's latest is a celebration of longevity, artistic significance and an allegiance to the craft of being one of this decade's most dynamic rappers.
Charli XCX's third studio album offers catharsis in a way few pop artists can achieve.
Hip-hop is full of colorful characters, but none quite like Danny Brown.
These days, few singer-songwriters come as universally acclaimed as Wisconsin native Justin Vernon. Since debuting his now prodigious outfit Bon Iver over ten years ago with the indie folk classic For Emma, Forever Ago, Vernon has become a somewhat elusive yet widely admired figure, keen to avoid ever being in the public eye for too … Continue reading Bon Iver – i,i
Natalie Mering has a track record of pushing boundaries. Thus far in her career, she's had the odd ability to always seem left-field and out of the ordinary, yet fit seamlessly into multiple indie music circles. Over time, her experimental tendencies constructed a unique discography consisting of artful fusions of chamber pop and ‘70s-inspired singer-songwriter … Continue reading Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising
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 Hand Habits, Kyle Dion, Stella Donnelly and more. Choosey & Exile - Black Beans LP The long awaited full length collaboration from the CA duo is as jazzy … Continue reading New Music Roundup: March
Since the 1990s, the list of underground hip-hop stalwarts to gain cult-like followings runs deep and potent. Punchline specialists like Big L and slick spitters like Mos Def and Talib Kweli of Black Star emerged as prominent figures on the East Coast prior to the turn of the century. Come the early 2000s, Atmosphere and … Continue reading Earl Sweatshirt – Some Rap Songs
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 Courtney Barnett, Leon Bridges, Ski Mask the Slump God and more. Clairo - Diary 001 EP Diary 001 EP is as cute and charming as its title implies. Clairo's … Continue reading New Music Roundup: June
Alternative and experimental hip-hop has always had a thriving underground scene since the early nineties and even into the new millennium. Today the genre continues to prosper thanks to fresh artists willing to experiment with sound and push the envelope with lyrical content. Whether its unorthodox beats, eccentric flow or radical bars, this niche section … Continue reading JPEGMAFIA – Veteran