The two wild and rowdy garage punk vets join forces again for another set of good-time rockers.
The Los Angeles-based indie rock singer/songwriter has a maturity crisis, and comes out stronger on the other side.
The New Jersey indie rock trio tapers the shred just a little, in service of some great, crunchy pop songs.
Baltimore artist marries popular and high-art electronic music in an extended exercise in instant gratification.
The Boston-based post-hardcore band blends neurosis with furious power in a listen that’s satisfyingly agitated.
Stas and Cat return with a bold and otherworldly hip-hop and R&B hybrid that speaks to a very human experience.
New York group’s latest less of a shoegaze revival album and more of an eerie, piercing and intense noise punk album.
The San Francisco-based group, fronted by former Whirr member Kristina Esfandiari, blends doom with shoegaze beautifully.