In the video for Makeup and Vanity Set’s new single, an algorithm reveals a man’s darkest secrets.
30 years after its release, the Cocteau Twins’ 1990 masterpiece has lost none of its beauty or magic.
The vaporwave duo returns with another release that moves far beyond “traditional” vaporwave ideals.
Rick Beato breaks down the song’s components to see how they form a gloomy pop masterpiece.
The Austin-based dreampop band ably conjures the spectre of ’90s Cocteau Twins in all its glory.
The compilation highlights artists including Astrobrite, Auburn Lull, lovesliescrushing, Windy & Carl, and many more.
Michael Cottone’s tribute to his neighborhood uses lush, pastoral soundscapes to evoke a sense of wonder.
A lovely-sounding precursor to the shoegazers’ upcoming EP.
I’d call the Canadian power metal band’s epic, soaring music a “guilty pleasure,” but it’s just too bitchin.
The venerable slowcore band has been performing regular live sessions on Instagram during lockdown.
When I think of my ideal ambient music, I imagine the sort of tones and atmospherics that drift through this album.
The nostalgist duo’s latest single features one of their more intense vocal performances.
The dark ambient maestro’s latest album includes a reworking of one of his finest songs.
The ambient/electronic composer has already released two excellent titles this year, with a third on the way.
The shoegaze giants release the original version of their debut EP recorded thirty years ago.
The Canadian “postwave” band sadly calls it quits after an impressive run.
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.