James Clements’ latest collection of ambient techno evokes uncharted and mysterious ocean depths.
Highly recommended for fans of shimmery, jangly ’80s pop and droll, melancholy lyrics.
Walking Wounded still sounds as relevant, soulful, and heartbreaking as ever.
The former Talk Talk frontman left behind a catalog full of beautiful, sublime music.
Night Pass will be released on April 26 by Infinite Companion.
The album’s mercurial blend of rock, jazz, classical, and Lord knows what else still sounds like nothing else.
It will be released by Mama Bird Recording Co. on April 12.
The latest addition to my work playlist.
The collection features “environmental music” from the likes of Joe Hisaishi and Ryuichi Sakamoto.
The ambient master’s latest is two hours of otherworldly atmospheres inspired by his experiences with synesthesia.
Some of it hasn’t aged well, but Under Midnight’s earnestness and ambition are still worth noting, even after nearly three decades.
Hana Vu’s latest EP is filled with catchy dreampop that’s all the more so for its mundanity.
Gibbons’ latest recording features the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by composer Krzysztof Penderecki.
The band is currently touring in honor of the 21st anniversary of their landmark 1998 album, Mezzanine.
This took me down a very specific nostalgia trail.
The producer’s future funk is warm, infectious, and perfect for chasing those winter blues away.
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.