Keeping your iPods and Spotify accounts fully loaded.
The San Francisco black metal group dials up both their intensity and shoegaze atmosphere.
A standalone highlight single from a promising young dream-pop act.
Claire Boucher unveils a track originally intended for Rihanna.
Eight minutes of spectacular space disco.
Ten minutes of triumphant doom.
A stunning mix of bass and R&B that comes together beautifully.
Dan Snaith creates a club jam with various layers and powerful atmosphere.
Witty Brooklyn post-punks embrace an abrasive, nihilist edge.
An atmospheric, post-dubstep thing of beauty.
A powerful, psychedelic metal triumph.
An aesthetic transformation from Denmark’s dark punks.
Relatively brief, strangely accessible, and totally devastating.
Greg Fox and Thor Harris provide a volcanic percussive backdrop to aural terror.
The yet-to-be-released A Better Tomorrow yields a show-stopping single.
A post-punk power ballad, high on noise and independence.
A seven-minute slow burner that shows off the singer-songwriter’s strength in haunting, patient balladry.
Baltimore synth pop group goes for a heroic anthem (again).
A dark, driving new post-punk gem from Too True.
New Jersey jangle pop group does a lot with a little on their gorgeous new single.
Adam Granduciel takes us on a ride.