Tigers Jaw has been steering American youth towards the righteous path of emo that germinated from 90s hardcore and college rock.
He's got a new track, "Back at It," produced by Spaghetti J.
Candide is a Berlin/Brooklyn duo who use the miraculous gift of the internet to send digital song snippits back and forth to each other and finish them collaboratively.
"Tennessee Haze" is complex, layered, and subtly menacing.
German musician Tom Diabo died in 1986 at the age of 30, after battling brain cancer for seven years. Decades later, his music is finally receiving the wide release it deserves.
The album is slow, psychedelic, and sure to inspire both spiritual feelings and a deep desire to go outside and look at trees.
They've given us their full album, according to their ability, for us to post, according to our need.
The video is grotesque in the best way possible.
France Camp follows in the footsteps of Black Lips and Thee Oh Sees—they know they don't need to reinvent the garage rock wheel, and instead play with established genre tropes in clever ways.
Plenty of R&B is about the mechanics of sex and seduction, but Phenix explores what happens during the mundane quiet moments in between the sexy times.
This slow-paced R&B rap track chronicles a drug-infused night of sexual shenanigans and features 6LACK on vocals.