To the Kevin Barnes completists out there, it’s totally worth a listen.
Lady Lamb returns with experimental pop that isn’t afraid to get intimate.
Maximalist music for the internet age.
Brain food for those who don’t mind a little academia with their hip-shaking.
The legendary double LP gets the deluxe reissue treatment.
Pop sludge lords return with their heaviest entry to date.
Six records into their career, the New Brunswick trio are ready to break free.
The genre-bending Seattle duo’s second album is worth your attention, but it’s not demanding it.
Vague messages and histrionics drown out this album’s energy.
Another solid garage rock sampler from two guitar maniacs.
Deacon reduces the personnel and streamlines his process to draw out his inner riffer.
Evocative singer-songwriter’s lyrics lie buried in a murky buzz.
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