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.
Haling from Nashville, the city that Rolling Stone magazine declared has the best music scene in America in 2011, punk rock trio the Ettes return with their fourth studio album, "Wicked Will."
Northern Ireland natives, the Japanese Popstars, bring house music to the forefront with their second studio album, "Controlling Your Allegiance."
Bon Iver is not going away anytime soon. Back with his self-titled second album and a slew of sold-out U.S. tour dates, Justin Vernon and his bandmates have offered up a well-conducted, melodic piece of art.