Album Review: Love, DEAN Releases Self-Titled LP

Indie/soul/pop duo Love, DEAN, aka Rachael and Luke Price, release their self-titled debut album, a collection of feel-good songs revolving around love, community, and coming of age. Rachael explains, “This album is a love letter from us to anyone who…

Album Review: Astrid Swan Releases ‘D/other’

‘D/other’ is not your usual pop album. Instead, Astrid Swan presents lustrous flows of innovative pop amalgamated with cashmere art-pop savors.

The High Plains Drifters Release New EP – ‘Songs of Love and Loss’

The new EP from the High Plains Drifters, ‘Songs of Love and Loss,’ is an amalgamation of new wave flair with pop and alt-country/Americana nuances

‘Screen Violence’ Review: CHVRCHES deliver a poignant light at the end of the tunnel

‘Screen Violence’ explores a much more vulnerable side of CHVRCHES that pushes their synth-pop sound without foregoing their own signature.

New Music: Sneezy Releases “Not Sorry”

Hear the latest catchy single from Chicago funk/jam band Sneezy, “Not Sorry.” Full of surf-rock and reggae flavors, it’s a heck of a ride.

Album review: Lorde – ‘Solar Power’

Lorde’s long-awaited third album, ‘Solar Power,’ is enervating and disposable, with few songs to match any of their past hits.

‘Happier Than Ever’ review: Billie Eilish’s second album is autobiographical and enigmatic

The second album from growing star Billie Eilish, ‘Happier Than Ever,’ is both autobiographical and enigmatic.