Hear the desert blues guitarist’s first single for Matador, and it’s a real heater.
The new psychedelic sound piece from ‘Soundkeeper’ is breathtaking guitar wizardry.
Faye Webster‘s everyday “woeness” is generally not the type of jam I dig. Sure, life…
A synth-pop classic updated with contemporary twang.
The New York musician captures a specific, cathartic absurdity in her music.
The first single from the band’s upcoming Mordechai is all groove.
Definitely interesting, by no means ignorable.
Return of the (prog) funk.
A standout moment of jazz poetry from the Philadelphia group’s upcoming album.
The Chicago noise band hits a hard groove in the face of historical violence.
A pre-summer summer jam from members of Pill and Eaters.
The enigmatic singer/producer goes for broke in his massive new single.
The bass maestro balances his instrumental prowess with a penchant for self-deprecating humor.
A gently destructive dirge from the Irish singer/songwriter.
A Blade Runner synth jam interspersed with destructive noise sax.
A dub-influenced highlight from the two artists’ new collaborative EP.
The funky new single features Slave’s Steve Arrington and The Internet’s Steve Lacy.