Shishi | Mafitishei

If you've ever been keen to hear quirky, surf-tinged indie-rock played by an all-female trio that hails from Lilthuania, you're in luck. And even if you didn't know there...

King Gorm | King Gorm

Classic prog never gets old. Not even when it sounds as old as this ’70s throwback outing from the California foursome known as King Gorm. Thankfully, amid all the...

Suzie Stapleton | We Are The Plague

Full marks for perfect timing with that title. And that's just the beginning. Melbourne-raised, Brighton-based singer-guitarist and songwriter Suzie Stapleton also earns bonus points for dropping one of the most...

Dirty Streets | Rough and Tumble

Some things are just impossible. For instance: As the press release below posits, I defy anyone to listen to Memphis power trio Dirty Streets without hearing echoes of Steve Marriott...

Jon Anderson | 1,000 Hands + Steve Howe | Love Is

It's a good day to be a Yes fan: The OG prog gods' original frontman Jon Anderson and guitarist Steve Howe have both released new solo albums. Even better: Both...

NOFX vs. Frank Turner | West Coast vs. Wessex

British folk-punk troubadour Frank Turner has apparently never heard a song he didn't love. Whereas American pop-punk troublemakers NOFX have apparently never heard a song they didn't love to...

Trey Anastasio | Lonely Trip

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. Phish frontman Trey Anastasio embraces both sides of the old saying on his latest,...

Alanis Morissette | Such Pretty Forks In The Road

When opportunity knocks, you have to be ready to answer the door. Especially when you've been sitting around as long as Alanis Morissette has. It's been eight years since her...

The Psychedelic Furs | Made Of Rain

When you only make one new album every 30 years, you better make it good. And thankfully, The Psychedelic Furs have done just that on Made of Rain, their...

Gillian Welch | Boots No. 2: The Lost Songs, Vol. 1

Artists aren't always the best judges of their own work — in fact, sometimes they can actually be their own worst enemies. Look no further than Gillian Welch. The revered...

Paul McCartney | Flaming Pie Deluxe Edition

I doubt 1997's Flaming Pie is anyone's favourite Paul McCartney album — including the man himself. But like almost every other disc Macca has released over the past several...

Fontaines D.C. | A Hero’s Death

Well, that didn't take long. Less than 18 months after storming and swarming onto the scene with the slashing anthems and brash proclamations of their instant-classic debut disc Dogrel, the...

Stones, Thunders & Nickelback Reissues Top Today’s Album Announcements

Most days, we are naturally all about the new music here in the Album Announcements Dept. But every now and then, it's all about the oldies. And today is...

20 Questions With Iration’s Micah Brown

Good vibes are something we can always use more of. Especially these days. And California's Iration are only too happy to oblige. Earlier this month, the reggae-influenced alt-rock outfit...

Late-Night TV Music (On & Off The Air Edition) | July 29, 2020

The best TV isn't always on TV. Case in point: Lianne La Havas' gorgeous Roundhouse performance of Bittersweet was clearly the musical highlight of Wednesday's late-night programming — even...

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