Sufjan Stevens, The Voidz, and Clairo also highlight this week’s New Sounds.
Articles by Parker Reed
It’s a double-decker episode for the Monday blues.
Synthpop legend also reflects on the anniversaries for three of his albums.
The band also previews their covers of Questlove, Erykah Badu, and many more.
Jane’s Addiction frontman and Lollapalooza founder also wrote a song for Rachel Maddow.
This week’s New Sounds also includes Noname, Vampire Weekend, and Anderson .Paak.
The Los Angeles four-piece defy their hashtag with a gut-punching second full-length effort.
The legendary guitarist also teases the possibility of a new album from Philly’s finest.
Tim Showalter returns with a more expansive take on his folk-rock sound.
This week’s New Sounds also features Sky Ferreira, Foxygen, and Josh Ritter.
Bruce Hornsby on Scoring for Spike Lee, Admiring Justin Vernon, and Writing a Song About Father John Misty
The veteran composer also talks about his new album, Absolute Zero.
Guitarist Brad Shultz hints that there might even be a related film some day when time permits.