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
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.