As 2018 comes to a close, we’ve compiled our favorite musical moments from this year. Check out our staff favorite music videos, singles, albums, and more!Read More
Big House // Care less, the debut EP from quiet wyatt, is an action-packed 5 minutes and 35 seconds of jazzed up, punk rock, bedroom pop.Read More
Popular Fiction is a recollection of love, loss, and other memories of youth, all intertwined and communicated sonically by a multitude of musical influences and styles of rock.Read More
The debut EP, "First thought a thought," from monkeybars is the coolest new groove of the summer.Read More
Rather than submerge itself in the inevitable, eclipsing darkness of ultra modernism, Deep Thoughts plumbs the idea of moving forward with a deliberate cognizance, unsure whether temporal passing and technological progress merit exaltation or despair.
Illustration by Willa McDonaldRead More
Floaters is a collage of bright synths and ambience that doesn’t decide on a destination point.
Illustration by Mel WherryRead More
George Clanton has long made music that managed to distinguish itself inside vaporwave without abandoning the inherent constraints of the genre; on 100% Electronica, the newest record from the Brooklyn-based artist, Clanton emerges with his strongest work yet.Read More
Le Havre's vidéo EP is more than a sonic tapestry, the product of some interwoven linearities à la Steve Reich" — it is "multi-dimensional, the result of the simultaneous dynamism of musical intricacies."
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Heck’s lyrics have the fuzzy intimacy of diary entries, her hushed vocals the inflection of secrets whispered at a sleepover.
Ash Koosha's GUUD is "an album whose diverse and dynamic set of sounds can be felt, followed, and replayed, but never transcribed."Read More
Critique or metacommentary? Graham Johnson breaks down Bodega Bay's thorny debut effort.Read More
A strong first release that mixes a composer's skill with a beatmaker's passion.Read More
"The album, which was presumed dead after frontman Jason Albertini’s computer 'exploded after sitting in a hot van for too long,' would have been a shame to lose. "Read More
How To Leave Town is full of Will Toledo's signature brand of meandering psychological analysis and self-aware introspection, and is easily one of his strongest releases yet.Read More
Despite moments of catharsis, Eternal Summers' fourth album doesn't take many risks.Read More