Foals are done being arty and inaccessible — ‘Holy Fire’ is their big “pop” album. And it burns brightly.
The Twilight Sad’s new remix album will make you dance. But you’d better not enjoy yourself while doing so.
Don’t be fooled by GRMLN’s summery, carefree surfer-pop vibe. Loneliness and despair shadow the 19-year-old college student’s debut EP.
The title ‘Would You Stay’ isn’t just a request. Steffaloo’s debut album definitely has staying power.
Ken Stringfellow invites you to come “danzig” between genres, with his fourth solo album.
Who can make Arabian Nights, spaghetti Westerns, dubstep and Afrobeat sound cool, all in the space of one album? Django Django can.
Let Callers “revive” you, with a big helping of warm, satisfying, soulful indie pop.
You thought Animal Collective’s last album was weird? Why not try the new release from Japan’s MI-GU on for size.