The Notwist – Close to the Glass


Germans Jumping Genres

Holy Wave – Relax

holy wave

Running the gauntlet between surf and psychedelia

Painted Palms – Forever

painted palms

Polyvinyl Delivers More Synth Pop

The Drowners- Drowners


A younger Arctic Monkeys

Thee Oh Sees – Singles Collection Vol. 3


Here’s the thing: Thee Oh Sees are prolific and can do no wrong. When someone said, “Oh, it’s just a singles collection” I looked them right back and said, “It’s Thee Oh Sees!” There is a reason this is Volume 3 of the singles collection. They must have done something right with the first two volumes! The great thing about a singles collection is that it isn’t an album; it allows each song to stand on it’s own as a representation of the band’s latest sounds. It is a showcase. This collection features electrically charged garage-psych rock tunes with a coating of distortion and scuzz. Thee Oh Sees are good at many things, one being…

Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings


“Give the People What They Want”

Pretty Little Empire- Pretty Little Empire

pretty little empire photo

Best part: They’re Midwesterners


reputante album

For when you need some synth-y 80s-esqu instrumental 

Billie Joe Armstrong +Norah Jones- Foreverly


Unexpected pairing and unexpected tunes

London Grammar- If You Wait


Ethereal vocals tackle Kavinsky