Eight-piece Ages and Ages evades the sophomore slump with youthful, vibrant soundwaves in its new chamber-pop release, "Divisionary."
While Real Estate waxes lyrical about literal and figurative journeys, themes of nature also run throughout its latest release "Atlas."
Former St. Louisan Angel Olsen tackles loneliness and heartache on her latest effort, "Burn Your Fire for No Witness."
Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings survive and thrive in their blast-to-the-past exposition of soul and funk, "Give The People What They Want."
Matthew Shipp Trio's "Root of Things" reveals the beauty and the hideousness of the world around us via six free-form compositions.
One part indie singer-songwriter, one part hip-hop producer and a dash of disco, Broken Bells impress on the new release "After the Disco."
From the Bronx to New Orleans, Hurray for the Riff Raff proves that finding a place to call home is most important in "Small Town Heroes."
On "Wig Out at Jagbags," Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks bring a fresh approach to alternative rock music with the eccentric songwriting for which the group's leader is well known.
With maximized studio production and a look to die for, Dum Dum Girls' "Too True" could promote founder Dee Dee Penny to popstar/sex symbol status.