Apr 29, 2017
Watch Sufjan Stevens’ Live Performance of Carrie & Lowell
And just in case you were wondering, there is a cover of Drake’s “Hotline Bling.”
Apr 27, 2017
In a Silent Way by Nico Niquo (Review)
The gently unsettling aspects of Nico Niquo’s ambience makes it all the more beautiful and intriguing.
Mar 28, 2017
Slowdive Officially Announce Their First New Album in 22 Years
I have a good feeling Slowdive will fulfill a lot of long-building fan expectations come early May.
Mar 24, 2017
Tune in to Radio Ghibli and Enjoy Classic Studio Ghibli Soundtracks
These hour-long mixes of Studio Ghibli music reveal a body of work that’s also deserving of recognition.
Mar 21, 2017
Gorgeously Weird Electronic Pop Abounds on The Pattern Forms’ Peel Away the Ivy (Review)
Arguably one of Ghost Box’s most accessible releases to date, as well as one of their loveliest.
Mar 11, 2017
Russian Lullabies by Havalina (Review)
Two decades after its original release, Havalina’s third album remains as much an unsung masterpiece as ever.
Mar 6, 2017
On Monumenta, Valerinne’s Fiery Post-Rock Will Destroy You, in a Good Way (Review)
The Romanian trio will beat you down one massive riff at a time, but they’ll also build you back up, stronger than before.
Mar 2, 2017
Grails’ Chalice Hymnal Blends Numerous Genres to Create Cinematic Soundscapes (Review)
Post-rock, electronic music, film scores, modern classical, and jazz figure into Grails’ graceful, sublime music.
Jan 29, 2017
ISON’s Cosmic Drone Conveys the Beauty and Terror of Outer Space (Review)
This gorgeous space-themed EP blends metal and shoegaze to stunning effect.
Jan 28, 2017
Luxury’s Lee Bozeman Is Recording New Music for Velvet Blue Music
The as-yet-untitled release will be recorded this February.
Jan 28, 2017
Austin’s Knife in the Water Announce New Album Reproduction, Reissue 1998’s Plays One Sound and Others
The Texas group’s darkly cinematic take on country-western and Americana is still as timeless and haunting as ever.