Beggars Banquet will celebrate the album’s 20th anniversary with a remastered release on February 1.
Given its frequent tendency to simply copy secular music, it’s easy to become jaded about Christian music.
I listened to a lot of music this year; these 21 tracks were the ones I kept coming back to with each passing month.
Featuring Pedro the Lion, Mono, Swervedriver, Vangelis, The Faint, and maybe — just maybe — The Cure.
The band’s sixth album will be released in January 2019.
The new album will feature a collaboration with Slowdive’s Rachel Goswell.
The prolific French producer has released some of the year’s best dark ambience.
Watch the video for the first single, “Child Asleep.”
The “chill-hop” producer blends hip-hop beats, melancholy atmospheres, jazzy riffs, and other elements for supreme chill-out material.
The duo’s final album combines black metal and shoegaze to brutal, yet beautiful effect.
The band’s first release in a dozen years boasts a heavier, more expansive sound.
With this recent performance, Low prove they’re still as captivating a live act as ever.
The new album will be released on November 30.
Speaking as a longtime fan and frequent consumer, Bandcamp’s utility would only be increased by the addition of some sort of playlist feature.
Inspired by classic horror soundtracks and ’70s educational films, Young Hierophant crafts otherworldly (yet catchy) electronic music.