Here are the tracks that literally shook us this year.
Plus Cloud Nothings, J Dilla, Best Coast, and more.
Another blast of mutated pop from the Florida band’s upcoming After the End LP.
A 22-minute onslaught that pours from speakers like boiling blood.
Vancouver punks return with their “confrontational” third album.
A furious metal track from the Deep Fantasy record.
Consider this a Record Store Day addendum.
A crunchy, metal-leaning preview of their new album, Deep Fantasy.
St. Vincent, Mastodon, Spoon, Thurston Moore, Phosphorescent, and more to play Raleigh Festival.
Marissa Nadler, Jennifer Clavin, Mish Way, and Suzy Exposito weigh in on the album’s 20-year impact.
The band’s “confrontational” third album arrives in June.
These songs’ll make even the smallest moments big.