No two Wolf Alice songs are the same. But they wear their influences on their sleeve.
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There aren’t many artists out there who are equally talented in the realms of film and music. Charlotte Gainsbourg is one of them.
When Radiohead’s not on the road or in the studio, drummer Philip Selway cultivates his own solo career. His music is soothing, but haunting, like the wisps of tragic ghosts.
If you’ve been to a sporting event, you probably heard “Seven Nation Army,” where the entire crowd sings along with the guitar rather than the vocals. “Fire,” the latest song by Icelandic/English rock trio Dream…
Given global affairs as of late, where everything seems on the edge of collapse, it’s no shock that U2 returns with a song that wonders where we are and what the future holds.
Beck is back and he’s ready to party!
Julien Baker’s first album, Sprained Ankle, was one of the most powerful, devastating and still hopeful debuts of recent years. With just a sparse guitar, piano and her vocals, she weaved stories of struggle, addiction,…
The Horrors excel at creating foreboding, atmospheric tunes.
On his debut, Alex Cameron elegantly fused sardonic lyrics and a warbly New Wave sound with moments of sincerity. On “Stranger’s Kiss” though, he leans into a Bruce Springsteen vibe.
Few new artists can combine a sly wit with a catchy tune and kinetic energy. Unless you’re Alex Lahey!