Wolfe goes full doom metal, and ends up with her best rock song.
LA Noise-rockers team up with Haxan Cloak for this dark, danceable gem.
A stunning and vivid new highlight from Dear Tommy.
A deeper, more sophisticated kind of bruising.
A surreal undersea tale, post-hardcore style.
Rapid-fire neuroses and big, noisy power chords.
Katie Crutchfield takes a bigger and bolder approach to her emotion-laced songwriting.
How does it feel? Amazing.
A pessimistic party anthem from the band’s first new album in seven years.
The first new song from Sleater-Kinney in 9 years is the real deal.
The Calgary-based band blends classic pop sounds with a driving heaviness.
The Manchester producer finds more space and tension in this claustrophobic new jam.
The Denmark post-punk band pursues a haunting, folk-influenced direction reminiscent of Nick Cave.
Richard James finally came back from that trip to buy cigarettes.
El-P and Killer Mike are still better rappers than you, whoever you are.
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.
Ten minutes of triumphant doom.