Pure Comedy is the third release from Father John Misty. This time around, the lyricist extraordinaire sheds the satirical armour that has characterized his music thus far.
April — what a time. It’s the month when winter transforms into spring, when the birds begin to sing, and when the horde of procrastinators who should have started studying weeks ago swarm the Murray Library.
Triplicate is the newest release from the legendary troubadour, Bob Dylan. Despite being a sample of a larger and forthcoming work, Triplicate feels whole.
It may feel like the semester just began, but summer is just around the corner. We all know what that means — time to find a summer job.
Cascades is a collaborative EP composed by two musical masterminds from Montreal, including pianist Jean-Michel Blais and electronic producer CFCF. Simply, Cascades is stunning.
For local activist Nadja Smith-Hanson, viable food sources and food sustainability needs to be more than just a table-top discussion. She plans to make this happen with one simple thing — fridges.
At the most basic level, this third release from bassist extraordinaire Thundercat is a breakup album. Drunk is a behemoth.
If you’ve been looking for a little sonic catharsis lately — and I think we all have — look no further. Alexa Dirks, who operates under the moniker Begonia, has just released Lady In Mind, which is just what you need to hear.
Most bands have a coherent conception of themselves within the first couple years of playing together. At nearly 10 years old, Vancouver-bred indie rockers Said the Whale are still trying to figure that out.
I See You is the latest release from the English trio, the xx. The band’s emblematic spacey guitar riffs and husky harmonies return.