Returning in 2020 with their fourth album, Sneaks solidifies their sound while also exploring new territories with Happy Birthday.
On Snapshot, Nap Eyes bring tinges of country, psych, slacker rock, and garage rock that will, at best, be a pleasant ear-filler.
Soccer Mommy's sophomore album is deeper and darker yet just as easy to listen to.
On this latest album, Agnes Obel delivers to us immaculate production and hauntingly beautiful vocals in this pretty package of chamber pop.
Tame Impala delivers a dance-able, psychedelic-pop rumination on the passing of time.
Algiers have proven themselves to be a standout group among indie rock circles, and There Is No Year is sure to appeal to previous fans.
HMLTD's long awaited debut album is one of the most effective criticisms of western culture, wrapped in a diverse post-punk package.
The Denver singer-song writer returns back to his folky roots in his first solo album; a painful and intimate response to the trials of life
Drawing heavy parallels to Bon Iver, Ásgier delivers to us acoustic-driven, electronic infused narratives about heartbreak and nostalgia.
Poliça’s now-softer and subdued production is expertly coupled with a smoky vocal delivery and gut-punching lyrics on When We Stay Alive.
Rapper Fat Tony and producer Taydex collaborate to create an evolution of their combined lyricism and mixing abilities in Wake Up
Real Estate teases their upcoming album with a slightly bland but very laid-back and sunny jangle-pop single ready for your summer playlists
Dan Deacon's latest record delivers a psychedelic, minimalist, electronic meditation on metaphysical themes and the nature of being.
In A Change in Diet, Elliot Moss continues to establish himself as a musician with a novel sound.
Alexandra Savior's sophomore album marks a decidedly different (but not unwelcome) departure from her first record.
Mappe Of's sophomore album is a fantasy epic of a lost island that begs you to escape in its rich environment.
Low Roar continues with another dreamy and atmospheric folk rock album that is filled with wanderlust and isolation.
Unpretentious, beautifully-written Americana pop is the name of the game for Gregory Ackerman's first LP.
Chastity’s new release has upped the political charge and melancholy while doubling down on the flow and rhythm seen in his first release.
Chastity Belt's self-titled fourth album focuses on experiencing the road of life with one's chosen family.
On their latest record, Hovvdy starts to shift away from the "pillowcore" label that's been used to describe them with a heavier sound.
Almost 10 years in, Alex G continues to impress and exceed all expectations with House of Sugar.
Generationals offer visions of the future through New Wave stylings of the past.