Let out into the wilds as a companion piece to Thee Oh Sees’ earlier 2016 release A Weird Exits, the San Francisco elite garage band’s new album An Odd Entrances is moody, melodic and the perfect accompaniment to an evening of quiet contemplation.
A Tribe Called Quest are back with their secretive and long-awaited album.
When Spotify suggested this new release to me, I wasn’t sure what I was getting into — but the dreamy album art and promise of Celtic folk influences drew me in.
Canada’s senior poet in residence, Leonard Cohen, is back at the musical forefront with his 14th studio release You Want It Darker.
In their first outing, the Lemon Twigs garner your attention with a collection of outstanding and occasionally psychedelic power pop songs.
Solange is so much more than Beyoncé’s little sister
Since their debut album in 2009, Phantogram has been at the forefront of synth-pop artists.
This long awaited album is absolutely nothing you’d expect from the mysterious, cabin-dwelling folk artist.
Emerging from the melodic maw of Montreal, Kaytranada goes all in for his inaugural release 99.9%.
Everything you’d expect from the band and a little bit more, Royal Canoe surpasses expectations with their brand new album.