With her latest album "Personal Record," Eleanor Friedberger has created just that -- an indie-pop diary compiled of detailed lyrics just relatable enough to let the listener daydream his or her way into Friedberger's shoes.
William Tyler's "Impossible Truth" is a pictograph journey in sound, winding through a guitar mind-trip -- Tyler's sublime ease in movement leads you by the ear.
"Younger Days," the latest track from North Carolina's Mount Moriah (Heather McEntire, Jenks Miller and Casey Toll), sparkles with a hard-to-pin-down, twangy yet very pop sweetness.
The CMJ Music Marathon emerged in New York City over thirty years ago to showcase little-known college rock bands seeking a wider audience from music fans and industry professionals.
Punk rock pros Janet Weiss and Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney tone down their aggression and angst in their latest project Wild Flag.
Welcome back, Richard Buckner. Fans of enigmatic, incandescent songwriting have missed you.
Cheap Trick narrowly escaped death -- literally -- as the band's stage collapsed at the Ottawa Bluesfest, while it was on it.
Consider Our Blood Richard Buckner's Chinese Democracy. His last album, Meadow, was released in 2006, and since then he's been touring, mostly, with regular stops in St. Louis.