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January 01, 1990 - August 25, 2013 + Album Preview
The Olms have made a debut that pleasantly (and miraculously) sounds tossed off while clearly reflecting the sympathetic musical sensibilities of its creators.
On this album, lust and chastity sound like equally honest parts of the same whole. The combination makes Desire Lines sound like a career best.
On Personal Record, Eleanor Friedberger's palette expands to include a wider array of themes and a sound that's sweet, simple and timeless.
With Apocalypse, Thundercat has made an emotionally complex record, while still finding time to party.
As these 16 subtly inventive songs unfold, her fearless, blood-and-guts earthiness makes room for warmth and openness that's even more complex and rewarding.
You'll be surprised how contemporary Tricky's signature mix of menace and seduction sounds after his more than 20 years in (and out of) the spotlight.
Natalia Clavier has become a reliable force in the world of global pop music, making any new collection a cause for celebration.
Georgia Anne Muldrow and Dudley Perkins (a.k.a. Declaime) have rarely combined funk, soul, hip-hop, jazz, psychedelic space-rock, spoken-word poetry, protest music and more as ambitiously as they...
If there is a musician whose own personal issues are more apparent in their art than Grant, I haven’t heard of them.
Little Boots injects a dose of pop smarts into the house and disco beats found throughout her sophomore album release, Nocturnes.
There are probably five or six moments on Hanging Gardens that will douse your brain in serotonin whether you want them to or not.
Andy Cato has had many incarnations over the past couple decades, most notably as half of the superstar duo Groove Armada.
The Boxer Rebellion is a band with many disparate parts that somehow fit perfectly.
Timelessness has long been key to She & Him's charm, and indeed, Volume 3 seems to be floating through AM speakers at all times.