The eighth studio LP from the Philadelphia songwriter best captures Alex Giannascoli's thrilling idiosyncrasies.
The London artist's lo-fi debut full-length comes five years after her first solo EP, and proves she's an experimental songwriter worth waiting on.
"Sportstar" and "Brick" dispense with the country sounds of the already-released "Bobby" and "Proud."
"Witch" and "Bobby" precede his seventh LP, out May 19 on Domino.
Their debut release on Domino is a late-night lament, perfect for long journeys back from house parties.
The Chicago artist's most pop-friendly album to date was inspired by Sade, Savage Garden, and Suicide.
The MoFunk label founders share their single "California Fly," featuring Domino and Moniquea, and discuss what makes LA so damn funky.
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On 'Boy King' the English quartet dissect and explore male sexuality in the Tinder generation, but also write weirdly sexy songs about Black Friday.