Chairlift frontwoman, Caroline Polacheck, frequents an alternate universe known as Arcadia, inspired by European landscapes and the intricate beauty of insects...
"Shy Layers doesn't mind if you call his music easy-listening." In fact, it's the most accessible, experimental music I can remember ever hearing.
This is a record for a curious ear, a broken heart or a wandering soul.
Solo artist and founder of River Girls tapes, Coleman Guyon a.k.a. Harry Talin, releases The Exciter — a lonesome journey of self-discovery built on disparate compositions of horns and synths.
White Fence releases a side project under the name of W-X, exposing his love for a good rap beat as well as his truly experimental side.
James Ferraro's Skid Row drops on November 13th and is inspired by the brutal reality of LA's ruthless culture. Skid Row provides a foray into black metal ballads built on the foundations of rap music.
The latest album from man of mystery, Willis Earl Beal, can only be listened to at night. Beal calls the album, "a perfect, and intentionally minimal, collection of lullabies that (he) often self-medicates with."
There's so much joy in listening to music that at once sounds familiar and like nothing you've heard before. Zs challenge every perception of music as they put jazz through a blender to create Xe. It sounds harsh, but the organized confusion of it all turns to bliss with careful listening.
Initially, one might be tricked into thinking there’s variations of pop at work here, by the Kanye-esque auto-tune intro, but that's just an intro.
On Fated, Nosaj Thing keeps his production light and hazy finding a gray area between chill-wave and trap beats.
How do you re-invent yourself as a musician when your psych-garage band has gained a cult following, and released a prolific amount of material in a short amount of time? Behold, John Dwyer's synth project: Damaged Bug.
Marshall’s voice is a combination of Kurt Cobain's pain and torment mixed with the clouded confessionals of Tom Waits.
R.I.P. Dirty Beaches. Stateless is the project's final album, and a fitting farewell it is.
Step into an album of surreal visuals and sounds with the sole purpose to relax you and heal your physical form.
Dirty Beaches is the Jim Jarmusch of music — few people can create the ambiance of film through their songs the way Dirty Beaches does.