Puzzlewood is the retro-futurist synth band’s first album in over two decades — and it’s a welcome return.
The song comes from the upcoming Christian hair metal movie “Electric Jesus.”
Starflyer 59 returns with another solid collection of songs.
The electro-funk duo tackles the pandemic and quarantine life with their trademark grooves and cheekiness.
The instrumental post-rock band’s latest incorporates shoegaze textures and ’80s hooks.
The Clientele’s latest single is a fundraiser for Black Lives Matter.
The Russian shoegazers’ latest single was recorded in quarantine.
This lovely little album by harpist Nailah Hunter stands in stark contrast to these chaotic times.
Robert Rich’s latest album is a response to listeners’ requests for music that can help them during these uncertain times.
The duo’s latest collection of nostalgia-soaked songs contains some of their most abstract and affecting music to date.
All of the usual elements in The Midnight’s ’80s-tastic sound are there in full measure, and thankfully so.
The city pop classic gets a synthwave makeover.
Enter a musical world where Slayer, Katrina and the Waves, the Jackson 5, Van Halen, and countless others were destined to be together.
The new single returns to the “classic” Khruangbin sound with slick guitar licks and silky-smooth rhythms.
Endless Melancholy’s latest is the musical equivalent of thumbing through old keepsakes and faded photos.
The Scottish noise rockers release a bracing live album in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
One of synthwave’s finest concludes his Blade Runner-inspired series of EPs with a tribute to Rutger Hauer.
The new song was recorded in response to the pandemic and is a Bandcamp exclusive.
The Japanese composer’s calm, meditative piano arrangements are a tonic for these anxious times.
The six new songs explore Aphex Twin’s more pensive, melancholy side.