Kevin Morby's second solo album (following his work with bands Woods and The Babies) may be titled "Still Life," but the songs represent an musician on the move - both physically, as they were all written during a cycle of constant tour travel, and artistically.
One For The Road
Indie duo Foxygen's clever brand of catchy dance-pop shines through on "How Can You Really," from the new album "...And Star Power." Spin it and swing around your workplace.
Kendrick Lamar's follow up to his widely-adored "good kid, m.A.A.d city" is on the horizon, marked by this positive lead-off single, "i."
"Put Your Number in My Phone" is the first single from prolific indie musician Ariel Pink's upcoming album, "Pom Pom." The breezy retro-pop feel of the song conceals a bit of lyrical quirk.
Ex Hex, a new project from Mary Timony (ex-Wild Flag), releases a debut album of energetic, smart, and very fun rock'n'roll next month.
Nick Hakim's soulful take on modern R&B has bit of vintage flair.
A memorable new track from Texas rock band Spoon's forthcoming album "They Want My Soul."
Indie-pop supergroup The New Pornographers have a new album coming out later this summer - and they're announcing it with a single that's perhaps more bouncy than bruising.
King of conscious rappers Common is starting a new phase of his career at the storied Def Jam record label, and releasing a powerful new concept album about Chicago's epidemic of urban violence.
Twin Cities singer-songwriter Haley Bonar's new song may be called "Kill the Fun" - but we promise it won't.