Minimalist pop in a new way
Django Django’s sophomore effort equipped with futuristic vibes.
Kuroma does psych pop differently with vibes from the groove of the seventies.
The most soulful, achingly delicate piece of art that has hit the 2015 radiowaves.
The fusion of idealistic vocals and Tame Impala-esque psychadelic, relaxed rock.
A debut, minimalist guitar pop EP, from the duo dubbed Sales.
Immersive sci-fi sounds with an emphasis on atmosphere.
Peach Kelli Pop’s infectious bubblegum pop.
If you like slow, relaxed southern R&B music with church organs you will love Alabama Shakes.
Sweet, sweet indie rock that will kiss your soul and make you bed in breakfast.
So Gone will be a great summer record that will garner more interest in the future of Bearhug.
Speedy Ortiz continue to develop their 90’s tinged noise-pop sound in their new album Foil Deer.
Debut album from Hockey Dad.
Absolutely ferocious noise-rock reminiscent of Seattle at its ugliest.
Squarepusher is back with material featuring tracks that drill and dig like none other.
Yummy, indie pop folk goodness.
Calexico delivers another solid performance.
Each song will keep you interested.
This album will leave you entranced.
Toro Y Moi delivers lush 70s inspired funk on his fourth album.
This four-piece female band weaves a heavy dosage of emotion deep into their music to create musical complexities in a nonchalant way.
Delicate and lusciously genuine storytelling.
The punkest rap album OF ALL TIME.
Dreamy, atmospheric synth pop solo album from Kathryn Calder of The New Pornographers
Review of Drenge’s debut Undertow.
A great psychedelic album from Brooklyn’s Sunflower Bean.
Some high energy electro-punk. Screechy, grimy, fun, loud, and a little quirky.
Competent, upbeat surfer rock that’s best in the summer, in the car, with the windows all down.
San Cisco tells us all the ways love sucks in the catchiest way possible.