With the fourth album from The Drums, the former four-piece whittles down to the solo project of frontman Jonny Pierce.
James Vincent McMorrow‘s voice is such a pleasant instrument. Soft yet stirring and often nearing whelps, it instantly tugs at
With Planetarium, you have an album that’s so important, so grandiose that its four main performers have their names in
Oh, the sub-genre of dark pop. It’s ripe with phoniness; most recent phony examples include K.Flay and this week’s Allie
Peter Silberman is the frontman for The Antlers. The band is known for devastating songs and one particular devastating album,
British songbird Lyla Foy channels her inner Kate Bush to create a mesmerizing debut.
Last year, urban UK artist Tanika received a lot of attention following being featured on Naughty Boy’s #1 selling album.
An elaborate twang of ringing riffs and ambient new wave, Be Forest have created a melody mash of exquisite artwork.