A Perfect Circle returns with a perfect vengeance.
Nashville’s All Them Witches is a group that defies the modern need for hyper-classification. A case can be made for calling them sludge, psych, post-metal, or even, perhaps, doom. The cold hard fact is that ...
"Should Have Known Better" stands up and walks us through a devastating path of isolation, loneliness, regret, and ultimately resurrection.
Three years ago, psych-rockers Tame Impala released their signature opus “Apocalypse Dreams,” the sprawling centerpiece of their second LP, Lonerism. But they’ve matched its brilliance with new single “Let It Happen,” a seven-minute epic with ...
Mumford & Sons deserve credit for taking a huge risk with their music, but we won’t know until the entire album is out whether that risk pays off.
Rediscover My Morning Jacket in all their glory with majestic new single, "Big Decisions."
With "No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross," Sufjan Stevens hearkens back to the gently lilting, folk-inflected stylings of his masterworks, 'Illinois' and 'Michigan.'
With their cover of Elliott Smith's "Somebody That I Used to Know," Seth Avett and Jessica Lea Mayfield are reverent to the late singer-songwriter, even if the track doesn't quite strike the appropriate tone.
Turn out the lights and set the lampshades on fire, please. It's time to party. Sort of.
Swooning strings introduce D’Angelo’s new single, “Really Love.” They never let up, and neither does anything else. Not Pino Palladino’s loping, melodic bassline, which seems to respond to the singer’s nonstop vocal coaxings and maneuvers. ...