Punk rock pros Janet Weiss and Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney tone down their aggression and angst in their latest project Wild Flag.
On "Not So Loud," the Bottle Rockets completely transform their sound, trading in guitar-heavy, bluesy rock for a stripped-down take on alt-country.
With her third release "Strange Mercy," St. Vincent continues to produce music with a blend of powerful indie rock and raw, ethereal vocals.
Collaborating with big names from Jeff Beck to Kid Rock, Trombone Shorty creates cross-genre appeal with his seventh full-length album, "For True."
After releasing and recording music for over four decades, Wadada Leo Smith has drawn inspiration from several varieties of jazz to form a diverse collection of work for his latest album, "Heart's Reflections."
Newcomers Veronica Falls have created their own distinct brand of indie-pop with their self-titled debut, combining eerie lyrics and echoing vocals with an overall optimistic feel.
Ex-Digable Planets MC Butterfly takes a more modern approach with his latest project Shabazz Palaces, replacing the jazz-influenced instrumentation of his earlier music with layered electronic sounds.
After a well-received set at LouFest 2011, Dom has landed near the top of the KDHX charts with the lo-fi "Family of Love" EP.
Holding strong on the KDHX charts for several weeks is "Infinity City," the new full-length release from St. Louis duo Sleep Kitty.
French electro house artist SebastiAn brings yet another release to the forefront of the experimental electronic genre. In a true avant-garde fashion, "Total" fuses house, industrial, experimental and '70s pop as well as elements of funk.