Jay Som's latest record takes her music to new places - and she's exactly where she should be going.
Clairo's debut album is a collection of genre-bending tracks which demonstrate the young artist's impressive vocal prowess.
With time, Hatchie might just establish herself as a mainstay of the shoegaze genre.
Beshken’s debut album is an electronic and percussive record that will have you contemplating the ups and downs of life.
Kishi Bashi's fourth album is equal parts catchy and poignant, bridging political issues from the past and present.
A funky, jazzy album fit for Summer 2019!
This album is easy to love, possibly due to the fact that it’s almost entirely about love.
PUP’s most recent release embodies the hallmarks of punk – ire, pessimism, and aggression – while adding their own fiery twists.
Cows on Hourglass Pond, Avey Tare’s latest release, is rhythmic, intentional, low-key and very visual.
Slauson Malone paints an intimate and gripping picture of a man trapped in an unjust reality.
The Cathedral was well worth the wait and the band is successfully altering the world of post-punk as we know it.
Kansas City native Kevin Morby boldly steps up to deliver one of the year's best albums full of modern reflection, celebration, and love.
Post Earth displays the band’s quest for rhythm and knack for feelings, intertwining stunning vocals with anger and a dash of melancholy.
Buoys brilliantly breaks Panda Bear’s historic line of story-telling albums and is worth the listen given its boldness and feeling.
Yanya's debut concept album takes listeners away to a health goth resort of her design.
Lightning Round is not to be ignored, it manages to incorporate the Bad Bad Hat’s youthful charm with their signature melodies.
The Dandy Warhols have long been dishing out alternative beats, but Why You So Crazy takes on a unique psychedelic quality.
Punk isn’t named after the genre of music. It is about being yourself and not limiting yourself to society’s expectations.
With its simple melodies, deep lyrics, and chilling vocals, this alt-folk album is a reminder that music doesn't need to be busy to be good
Stella Donnelly’s Beware of the Dogs brings us a feminist commentary on what it is like to be a millenial women
Finally Free flows from track to track, creating a cohesive album that is just as insightful as it is mystical
The entirety of the album is relatable, touching on love, life, and the everyday motions that come with it.
HOMESHAKE's latest release leaves you questioning if solitude could be your best friend or your worst enemy.
In her third solo album, Eva Moolchan breaks away from her post-punk roots to try on heavy bass, synth loops, and hip-hop influence.