It’s been a while, ladies. Wasn’t sure when we’d hear from you again.
From the opening track, you can tell The Sea and Cake have been playing together a long time.
The Union Electric’s fusion of folk structures and punk dynamics isn’t exactly unprecedented, but the three songs that comprise the band’s debut EP are still refreshing in t
This collection of random tracks is exciting and interesting, beat by beat.
No hip-hop act in town — solo, group or otherwise — waves the Wu flag higher than these offshoots of the Grimey Rhyme Regime. Solos D.O.H.
A wise choice to bring more sets of guitar strings and a cello makes Mercy Academy’s follow-up to Tales a respectable turn from a full folk sound.
Lost Tribe carries on the klezmer tradition, their name borrowed from the Hebrew legend of the 10 Lost Tribes, exiled from Israel to beyond the raging Sambatyon River.
“They want that old Danny Brown,” the madcap Detroit rapper anticipates on the opening track of Old. But he mostly seems to have had his fill of the shock humor that pervad
Violet Knives carry on a tradition that can trace its roots back to Joy Division, which has since been carried on by acts like Interpol or Franz Ferdinand.