Upbeat and infectious, the 11-track effort is built around a series of soul and funk samples.
The final EP in the Atlanta duo’s trilogy is a launching pad toward their upcoming full-length, Mirrorland.
New Jersey punks return with their “most expansive and imaginative work to date.”
Rick Rubin-approved record features SZA, Vic Mensa, and Knox Fortune.
The Chicago indie rockers complete their comeback with a five-track release.
The third full-length from the Boston duo deals with the pains of taking care of a sick family member.
The final installment in their EP trilogy.
Minneapolis synth-pop band and Berlin-based orchestral collective team for seven new original tracks.
Four new reverb-soaked tracks that gaze as much into the stars as they do their shoes.
The English indie rock band’s swan song is a collection of 13 live studio cuts.
Eleventh studio effort features Stephin Merritt, Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield, and David Bazan.
“This one has totally replaced the old one in my mind,” Toledo told Rolling Stone of the reworked version.