The Dresden Dolls will continue rocking out under their bowler hat, striped stocking guise and Alice in Wonderland repertoire as we follow with eager ears.
Get Behind Me Satan delivers the same stuff that got you addicted to The White Stripes from their beginnings
The Brunettes' Mars Loves Venus consists of dreamy acoustic pop with a penchant for snuggly melodies and tunes
A combination of Tilly and the Wall’s familiar campfire feel, Mates of State’s brilliant chemistry, and The Postal Service’s skilled synthesizing beats—Kanda fuses together what can...
With the whimsical album cover and their lovely detailed stories within each song, clearly The Decemberists prove that all the world’s a stage.
The UK is issuing another musical edition of The Clash, this time from Bristol and they are The Get-Outs.
Harmonium is catchy but only to a certain extent. It’s something that each time you listen to it, you notice something more, something different.
Fans of Engine Down will be pleased to hear much more of their trademark sound.
Rilo Kiley’s much-awaited third album, More Adventurous, further proves their musical brilliance.