A raw and intense blast of punk blues in the vein of Gun Club, with added terror for effect.
Seattle duo’s second album is another strong argument that they’re the future of hip-hop.
Tim Presley delivers on the promise of his previous Ty Segall collaboration with a more fully realized set of psychedelic indie folk.
The Toronto-based hip-hop-jazz trio showcase their skills as songwriters in addition to masters of instrumental improvisation.
Brooklyn black metal outfit seeks massive sound through black metal aesthetics.
The former Smiths frontman seems even less jazzed on humanity than he’s ever been, to a pretty major fault.
On their Merge debut, Greg Cartwright and his band breathe new life into classic electric blues rock.
The Brooklyn black metal band takes a huge leap forward both as a band and for their genre.