The Beach Music follow-up is the songwriter’s “most developed and accomplished album yet.”
Exploring the madness caused by trying to meet all of society’s standards.
Mostly the diehards will enjoy this unique flight of fancy from a set of familiar musicians.
Giannascoli opens up and finds a language that speaks for more than just himself.
The follow-up to 2013’s Warm Blanket lands on shelves in August.
Sixteenth (!) studio effort sees John Darnielle & co. examining the goth subculture.
Plus, Michelle Zauner will hit the road alongside the likes of Slowdive and Tegan and Sara.
In advance of the songwriter’s upcoming eighth album.
The Pepperoni Playboy shelves the antics this time out and instead turns inward.
It’s the Canadian indie pop singer’s first release in six years.
The track is the latest contribution to the anti-Trump Our First 100 Days project.
The Canadian musician teeters between optimism and loneliness with a handful of unexpected twists.