Spin of the Day
‘Death of a Bachelor’ Full of Pop Hits
‘Death of a Bachelor’ is chock-full of playful radio singles. Read story.
Compilation of Early Recording Sessions and Covers
‘You and I’ is a compilation of early recording sessions and covers. Read story.
Songs Deal With Drugs and Damaged Relationships
These songs deal with drugs and damaged relationships. Read story.
Josh Redman Sings of Friendship and Loneliness on Intimate Cassette
Josh Redman sings of friendship and loneliness on an intimate cassette. Read story.
‘Doom and Bloom’ Is a Fresh Riotgaze Debut Album
‘Doom and Bloom’ is a fresh riotgaze debut album by a young L.A. band. Read story.
S.B. Rapper Serves Up Eight Pieces of Spacey Hip-Hop
S.B. rapper serves up eight pieces of spacey hip-hop. Read story.
‘Stripped’ Reconfigures Some of the Singer’s Best Work
‘Stripped’ reconfigures some of the singer’s best work from his extensive career. Read story.
Sunny-Sad Songs Make Great EP
Cole’s sunny-sad songs make for an enjoyable EP. Read story.
‘Introducing Darlene Love’ Features Songs from Springsteen to Gospel Greats
‘Introducing Darlene Love’ features songs from Springsteen to gospel greats. Read story.
New Charles Lloyd Album Features Willie Nelson, Norah Jones
The new Charles Lloyd album features Willie Nelson and Norah Jones. Read story.
Aussie Psych-Rock Band Makes Pastoral Twee-Pop Piñata of an Album
Aussie psych-rock band creates a pastoral twee-pop piñata of an album. Read story.
‘Shadows In the Night’ Is Bland on Bland
The singer perpetuates the trend of aging rock stars covering The Great American Song Book." Read story.
The Isla Vista Band Debuts ‘Strictly Speaking’
The Isla Vista band debuts its full-length record ‘Strictly Speaking.’ Read story.
The London Band Creates a Slow-Burning Masterpiece
The London band is back with a late-career, slow-burning masterpiece. Read story.
‘Musique de Film Imaginé’ Gives Nod to 1960s New Wave Cinéastes
‘Musique de Film Imaginé’ gives a nod to the New Wave cinéastes of the 1960s. Read story.