Courtney Barnett will release her new full-length, Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, at the end of the month, but last night she debuted every track off of the album at
The music of Dutch composer Jozef van Wissem’s can come off as either meditative or menacing. On “Confinement,” his relentless lute is adorned by bubbling, barely-there synths and minimal electronic percussion. The track’s equally hypnotic
Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Torres will release her new album, Sprinter, in May, and we heard the record’s seething first single, “Strange Hellos,” at the beginning of this year. Today, Torres released the Casey Pierce-directed video for
After lending his slow-simmering, dark sounds to more popular alt-R&B artists like Jeremih and Banks last year, LA electro-bass producer Shlohmo kicked off 2015 by announcing his sophomore full-length, Dark Red, due later this spring.
James Greer first came to prominence as a music journalist, and his memories proved invaluable when I was compiling an oral history of Pavement’s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain. Greer then spent time playing in Guided
The British producer released his last proper album, his debut Butter, in 2009. In the years since, he’s formed TNGHT with Lunice, helped invent the trap-rave micro-genre, signed on with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music production