Andy Hull was inspired to start writing the record while rummaging around in his suitcase looking for his lyric notebook & instead found The Valley of Vision, a 1975 book of old Puritan prayers his mom had given to him the previous Christmas. The album finds the band re-inspired once again, & is accompanied by an album length film shot in VR + 3D computed radiography technology.
On his latest release, Vasquez reflects more on his new day-to-day experiences: raising two young children in the Texas Hill Country with his partner, recently entering full-time sobriety, and generally dealing with all of the complexities of an adult life. As always, however, Vasquez wraps these tales in the charismatic, guitar-driven pop-rock people have come to expect from his Delta Spirit songs.
The apocalypse is stupider than anyone could've predicted. Fortunately, the absurdities of modern life have always been prime subject matter for Seattle-based foursome Mudhoney, and the band take aim at all of them with typical barbed humor and muck-encrusted riffs on their 11th studio album. *Available on Limited Loser Edition Shiny Gray Matter Color Vinyl*
Known for rapping quick-witted lyrics over hip hop beats & cinematic production, NF has built a loyal fanbase that has earned him over 30 billion global streams & established NF as one of the most consumed artists today. On Hope, the artist turns inward and upward while encouraging positivity through dealing with 30 years of past trauma and working toward a greater version of self.
Long Cool World is a blissful collection of instrumental folk tunes from Patrick McDermott and Barry Walker. As North Americans they continue to tip-toe the line between folk and ambient, carving out their space in the cosmic pastoral genre. Their ultimate goal being to mimic the rhythm and beauty of the small everyday moments in our lives.
Pushing forward with the intensely self-aware truth-telling he’s always brought to his music, Ruston Kelly immersed himself in the making of The Weakness: a blisteringly honest, but profoundly hopeful album that reveals our potential to create strength and beauty from painful experiences. “I hope it helps people to see that tragedy doesn’t have to be the period at the end of the sentence.”
The highly anticipated debut album, With A Hammer, sees Yaeji excavating her inner world with full force, resulting in her most thrilling and personal work yet. Her singular, hybrid-sound synthesizes influences of Korean indie rock and electronica, late '90s and early 2000s hip hop and R&B, and leftfield bass and techno, combining into introspective, dancefloor-ready tracks.
As a bold departure from Young’s sparse electronic pop and the atmospheric indie-rock of The Fight, Winner encompasses a warm and luminous sound sculpted from a tightly curated mix of elements: earthy guitar tones, elegantly rugged textures, and the duo’s heavenly harmonies. In staying true to their origins, Overcoats also incorporated frenetic beats that perfectly echo New York’s pulsating electricity.