The sixth full length album from the underrated east coast indie outfit.
If you still believe in punk rock, go listen to "Human Performance" by Parquet Courts. Out now on Rough Trade records.
Infectious, glammed-out pop rock brought to you by a couple of Brooklyn punk gender clowns.
An architectural tour of Battles' The Yabba.
A nostalgic Indian Summer punk anthem.
If you've ever loved Suicide and psych music, the Space Blue cassette release will find its way into your heart.
Norwegian indie pop group embraces a laid-back hook and lets it ride.
John Krautner's "Good at the Bad Things," Detroit garage pop just in time for summer.
Kids Get Grids is new but true to old school Braid.
Ross Gentry once again makes his mark in the drone world with his newest record under the Villages moniker.
The third full length from Melbourne, Australia’s Dick Diverhas all the DNA of an indie pop masterpiece.
A stunning record that honors and completely reinvents American folk music all at once.
A bare bones synth-pop dance tune becomes much more while staying true to its core.
Ben Folds on a NyQuil Bender
Glittery shoegaze guitar, airy vocals, lyrics that put the writer's vulnerability on full unabashed display, plus just a touch of grunge. That's good stuff.
A rebuilt band brings Sonny and the Sunsets to new sounds and heights.
Yuta Nagashima's newest record is the definition of ambient bliss.
More epic pop tunes from one of the San Francisco Bay Area's best bands.
California garage/surf perfect for a winter landscape.
Awaiting the spring thaw with the newest Mount Eerie offering