English producer’s follow-up to A Mineral Love lands in November.
Forthcoming collection features Joey Purp, KAMI, and members of Twin Peaks and Whitney.
The third entry in the band’s “Confessions” trilogy.
London electronic duo’s follow-up to 2013’s Cold Spring Fault Less Youth features King Krule, James Blake, Micachu, and Andrea Balency.
Shit is fucked, and Amos reminds us that it’s okay to feel and do something about that.
Ten songs that encapsulate the folky, loud, and weird sides of Neil Young.
James Murphy and co. are back with their first LP in seven years.
The latest single from the upcoming Love What Survives underscores a tragic and abstract tale.
James Murphy wipes all of his sins clean with a familiar reunion record.
Dave Clarke shares the Origins of his new single with Mark Lanegan, “Charcoal Eyes (Glass Tears)”: Stream
From the electronic icon’s first album in 14 years, The Desecration of Desire.
Plus, a North American headlining tour in support of the band’s first album in four years.
The seven-minute track follows last month’s meditative “Two Thousand and Seventeen”.