Temple Invisible combines grimy, glitchy synths and drums with dirty guitars and a soft female lead to create a solid, sci-fi sounding album
In a genre full of new artists looking for recognition, Big Little Lions stands out.
You may think that after putting out a certain amount of albums that one wouldn’t be able to come up with new, refreshing music.
Modest Mouse is back with their first album in eight years.
Waxahatchee’s southern roots, folk punk sensibilities, and lo-fi recording style makes an unique emotional outlet for her musical talents.
Alex G. is known for unconventionally haunting vocals, well-crafted lyrics, and lo-fi production value that will impress.
A modern exploration of the musical roots that helped shape American Folk music, but with bravado, romance, and a small town, ragtime vibe.
Your new favorite late-Spring/early-Summer jam.
“Fresh Blood” is decent with some brilliant moments, but White is capable of much more.
An enjoyable listen for any college radio listener