Byrne and Eno describe the (so far) online-only Everything That Happens Will Happen Today as “electronic gospel.” It couldn’t sound more different than My Life in the Bu
To hear Louisville trio Broadfield Marchers’ (Dustin Zdobylak, Mark Zdobylak, and Justin Carter) latest album is to hear the echoes of other great lo-fi acts Guided by Voices, The Who’s
Goddammit. I wish “emo” would have had the sense to die a dignified death sometime around the late-’90s.
First of all, you have to love a band that includes Claude Debussy, Ravel, Frank Zappa and The Mars Volta as direct influences.
OK Zombie opens Do the Zombie with “Like You,” a song that kicks off amid a wonderfully infectious riff that rings of vintage, lo-fi garage rock.
Two years beyond their major-label debut, the VilleBillies return to independence with From the Belly of the Beast.
Our Call Outs, the debut from Bloomington, Ind.-based aggregate Beyond Things, straddles a wide chasm between adventurous eclecticism and stilted self-consciousness.
Damien Jurado has offered up a fourth album that is filled with mid-tempo ballads and little else.
Toninho Horta is a virtuoso electric and nylon-string guitar player; his music could be defined as jazz-influenced, Brazilian music.
Dear Science capitalizes on TV On The Radio’s already solid experimental rock legacy.