Lower Dens’ pop turn results in an album more focused on mood than concrete details.
The barest and most vivid music Sufjan Stevens has ever made.
Chicago guitarist belies his age with dizzying, fingerpicked ’60s folk.
Chilean trance rockers challenge listeners to let go and give in.
The Compton rapper’s 79-minute epic proves he’s one of the most restlessly creative artists in music today.
The trio serve up a call to arms to the new school EDM producers.
The LA band’s second album sets its sights squarely on the visceral pleasures of psychedelia.
The San Francisco songwriter’s sixth LP is a work of transition and duality.
Singer-songwriter emerges from her break from music angrier and stronger than before.
Rockers pay sprawling homage to New York City.
A heady accomplishment for a couple of dudes bashing away at their instruments
Another entry from Hunter Hunt-Hendrix and co. worth endless discussion.
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