“You are the music while the music lasts.” -T.S. Eliot
Doug Martsch and co.’s first album since 2009 sits right at the band’s sweet spot.
Our second slice of life from his 11th studio album, No Pier Pressure
Another cut off the band’s first new album in 12 years, The Magic Whip.
Her Majesty’s finest proves that old rockers never die.
From the Fast & Furious soundtrack to standalone singles, this week’s list hits hard.
John Carpenter scores the movies in our heads.
With the to-do of the Grammys nearly a week behind us, can the discussion now turn back to the music? Too many exciting tunes surfaced this week for them to be overshadowed by inflated award show controversy. Being Valentine’s Day …
An emotionally monotonous, one-dimensional record.
This week ranges from noise freakout to pastel retro-pop.
A tale of brotherhood that shouldn’t go forgotten on its 20th anniversary.
You haven’t really heard Angel Olsen until you’ve heard her live.
Dan Snaith brings his talents to the sea. Sort of.
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