Spank Rock's track is an infectious slice of electro rap-pop ripped straight from the Theophilus London school of sleek, hip-hop hipsterdom.
There’s an undeniably sinister undertone to Purity Ring’s new single, “Belispeak.”
Male Bonding cleans up its ragged punk act ever so slightly on their second album.
Jay-Z and Kanye West have actually managed to record a song that sounds like a coke-bender.
If only Lizzy Grant were actually born Lana Del Rey.
Girls's single could pass for a classic chamber-pop ballad circa 1989.
The first glimpse into what Anthony Gonzalez describes as his most “epic” album to date paints a clear portrait of an artist re-engergized and at the height of his creative capabilities.
It’s quite a surprise to hear the surfy members of Real Estate take a feather duster to their garage-bound instruments.
Stephen Malkmus continues to make not-exactly-Pavement music with his band the Jicks.
When I was little I used to listen to the Beach Boys and dream about moving to California.
The Arctic Monkeys’s love affair with Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme continues with the official lead single from their upcoming Suck It and See.
One of our favorite indie labels, Paper Bag Records, has released a track-for-track cover of Madonna’s True Blue album.
Leave it to Fucked Up to illustrate so neatly that accessibility doesn’t have to herald the loss of credibility.