Eight-track collection features “Down is the New Up” and “Bangers + Mash”.
Swedish dream pop outfit’s first record in six years.
Joey Vannucchi’s fourth full-length draws from nature’s raw beauty.
Self-titled reunion record follows the emo rock outfit’s seminal 1999 LP
English outfit emerges from the shadows with its first LP in over five years.
The Austin doomy psych trio turns in a furiously strong sophomore effort.
One of the best pop punk bands around unleashes its latest collection.
Plus, hear the New York electropop duo cover Phil Collins’ “Take Me Home”.
One of the best pop punk bands is back with its first LP in four years.
Featuring new songs and a remix with members of Pussy Riot and Fitz and the Tantrums.
As well as previously unheard material from Jewel and his project Symmetry.
CoSigned Toronto noise rockers’ companion LP to their sophomore effort, Outer Heaven.