Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, Thom Yorke’s first solo album in eight years, drops on an “experimental BitTorrent distribution model.” While not quite as filled out as everything he’s released before, Thom’s Midas touch fingerprints are still all over it.
We brought you Goat, a pseudo-pagan, pseudo-psychedelic, pseudo-traditional, pseudo-rock outfit from Sweden, when we told you to go see them at Coachella this year. They were our “Fine print pick of the festival,” if you recall, and if you didn’t take our advice, well you’re just silly.
YES! The Drums are finally back. After three years of not hearing much at all from these guys, they’ve dropped a few members and returned to where it all started; a two-man band of childhood friends. They’ve also dropped the surfy stuff and tuned into their inner gloominess.
It’s time to review a brand new indie pop album and I’m extra excited because this is one of the most anticipated releases of the week. Sir Sly popped up in L.A’s best new artist scene early last year and THIS is their debut album. You Haunt Me is an album full of pure indie pop joy.
"Every song's a hit" is normally a sentiment reserved for mega-pop star releases, but such a sentiment seems particularly accurate when listening to the self-titled debut EP of San Fransisco synth-poppers Cathedrals.
Deja is a future pop duo from Melbourne. Their 2014 Infinite Ecstatic EP is made up of five tracks, each one better than the last. So let’s break it down and get real in-depth with this indie music review.