We cherry-picked 10 pop records destined to please those who consider “pop” a dirty word.
The set included “Miracle”, “Get Out”, “Graves”, and “Never Say Die”.
DCFC’s weakest album of the decade and a sign of either creative transition or decline.
Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard Talks About His New Record and Friendship with the Late Scott Hutchison
This podcast also includes a bonus interview with Gibbard from last year.
The Nathan Williams-led outfit continue to support 2017’s You’re Welcome album.
The follow-up to 2015’s Kintsugi has arrived early.
The Swedish trio has also mapped out North American and European tour dates.
Coming in support of Spektor’s “A Very Special Solo Performance Tour”.
A cover/mashup that sees the two songs blended together in a haze of deconstructed pop.
Japanese and Scottish outfits share the track’s anime-style music video.
Chance the Rapper, Big Red Machine, and Tyler, The Creator also made major waves this month.
Following the release of her latest single, the Greg Kurstin-produced “Give A Little”.