A spotlight on the enigmatic, nigh-legendary, and controversial Christian noise/industrial pioneers.
I don’t usually get up before 5am, but when I do, it’s to watch The Cure perform their greatest album live.
The 1984 “city pop” single has taken on a life of its own in recent years.
With its blend of dub music and dream-pop, Chasms’ latest album is shadowy and seductive.
The best synthwave track I’ve heard in a long time, and one that sets a new bar for the genre.
This side-project by Christian industrial act Mortal exchanged their usual sound for upbeat, rave-friendly dance music.
Johnathon Ford’s instrumental rock outfit enters its third decade with its heaviest and most assured album to date.
It makes perfect sense that the video for Pure Bathing Culture’s latest single has an ’80s vibe.
For 25 years, Jason Martin has delivered one solid tune after another. These are some of his best.
Starflyer 59’s songs often wax nostalgic and wonder where life has gone. Their latest album is the culmination of that line of thinking.
There are so many layers to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, including some musical ones.
Scott Walker was willing to throw away the easy life of pop stardom in order to follow his own strange muse.
The duo’s debut EP recalls late-’90s and early-’00s indietronica and trip-hop.
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.