"Big Time" is a timely and timeless representation of Angel Olsen's ability to voyage from genre to genre without breaking a sweat.
Beach House return with their longest album to date; a resplendent auroral exploration that weaves through both habitual and unexpected sonic landscapes.
"Laurel Hell" is an interesting, albeit sonically shallow experiment in synth-pop from Mitski. Her lyricism, however, still shines through.
Black Country, New Road's sophomore album is immediate, nostalgic, and heart-wrenching. It may be too early to call, but it's already the best album of the year.
"Blue Weekend" is Wolf Alice's third full-length album, and it may very well be the best project they've released so far.
The first thing you notice about "Jubilee" is how effervescent it sounds. It's full of love, joy, and comfort, with just a dash of heartbreak.
2020 was a rough year for many, but it brought with it much great new music. From brilliant comebacks to incredible debuts, let's listen to the best songs of the year.
What do Daft Punk, My Bloody Valentine, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Sigur Ros, and Boards of Canada have in common? They've been missing since 2013!
The National's Matt Berninger arrives with his first fully solo outing, "Serpentine Prison." Across 10 tracks, Berninger bears his soul for us once more.
For nearly 20 years, the Arcade Fire have been stalwarts of the indie music scene. Let's take a look back at their discography.
"Someone New" is Helena Deland's first full-length album. Her brilliant songwriting and impeccable guitar playing easily make this one of the best debuts of the year.
Slow Pulp's debut album is a brisk 26-minute long deep-dive into the heart and soul what it means to be young and forlorn.
Film + TV
For over 20 years, Wes Anderson has done something other writer-directors often...
Bong Joon-ho's 2019 film "Parasite" has garnered major accolades and nominations, including the Academy Award for Best Picture. It's a film deserving of that and so much more; "Parasite" is already a classic.
Dark is, far and away, the best thing Netflix has ever released. It exemplifies a quality of film making that goes above and beyond any regular streaming fare. The cinematography, casting, directing, acting, and writing are all master classes in film making.
Angel Olsen – Big Time
Beach House – Once Twice Melody
Mitski – Laurel Hell
Black Country, New Road – Ants From Up There