Is an ’80s synthwave remix of The Mandalorian theme really necessary? Do you even need to ask?
I listened to a lot of music this year; these 25 songs were the ones that stuck with me throughout the last 12 months.
The influential designer’s artwork graced albums by Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance, Pixies, and This Mortal Coil.
The Moscow shoegazers return with ten tracks of brilliant shoegaze that’s hampered only somewhat by a muddy mix.
The venerable indie-rock trio deliver some of the best Christmas music of the season in this concert recording.
Hanson’s dulcimer often takes the lead in these songs, but in ways that are consistently beguiling.
Someday people will finally acknowledge Forster for the brilliant songwriter that he is.
A dreamy, contemplative release existing at the liminal space between synthwave and vaporwave.
One of Dusty Reske’s best songs is also one of his catchiest and grooviest to date.
Ogre’s latest EP pays tribute to the world — and soundtrack — of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner.
I realize this is a very specific form of nerdery, but I am totally here for it.
The latest single from Ben Watt’s upcoming album is a poignant rumination on a retired singer and a bygone age.
The Lost in Ohio label is remastering the long-lost EP and releasing it on vinyl for the first time.
Polly Fae’s latest album is full of dark, haunting dreampop that’s the perfect soundtrack for autumn evenings.
Steve Hauschildt’s latest single takes you back to the hallowed days when IDM was a thing.
This 1993 rapcore album is an artifact from a fascinating period in Christian music.