FFS is a supergroup that brings together two brothers who have performed music together as Sparks for over 40 years and as Franz Ferdinand, a Scottish indie dance-rock band.
The age of Hot Chip finally catches up to the maturity of its songs, with more heavily refined, existential dance ballads than ever before.
St. Louis' own Beth Bombara takes Americana to the next level on her self-titled album
Chris Stapleton brings the powerful voice and songwriting that fans have known for 15 years to his debut solo album, "Traveller."
Best Coast makes its major-label debut with its third full-length album, the clean and shimmery "California Nights."
Singer-songwriter Laura Marling is back. And this time she's wielding an electric guitar.
Built to Spill returns on its eighth album, "Untethered Moon," with a new rhythm section but the same indie rock sound.
Chazwick Bundick's Toro y Moi takes a musical turn once again for his fourth album, "What For?," this time turning to a guitar-driven, '70s-influenced, pop-rock sound.
The Go! Team deviates from the formula of their past three albums on "The Scene Between" by downsizing to only one core member and bringing in guests for all of the vocals.
Dengue Fever returns on its fifth full-length album, "The Deepest Lake," which continues to show the band's unique take on Cambodian pop music from the '60s and psychedelic rock.