Belle and Sebastian, the Scottish indie pop band who defined late-nineties twee, are back with their thirtweenth album.
One For The Road
Mark Ronson is best-known for his work with Amy Winehouse and others as a music producer extraordinaire, but for his newest solo album, he took on a particularly high-profile collaborator, the Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Michael Chabon.
Next week, Animal Collective member Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, releases his fifth solo album, "Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper." We take a listen to the second single off the years-in-the-making record, "Boys Latin."
For a decade and a half, rumors and anticipation built about a long-awaited new record from neo-soul genre-definer D'Angelo. The crooner finally returns to the scene with "Black Messiah."
Each year, the Iceland Airwaves festival presents some of the most exciting Icelandic and international music to an audience assembled from around the world. One of this year's best finds is Júníus Meyvant.
Just in time for Halloween parties, here's a spooky song from King Tuff, "Black Moon Spell."
Leon Bridges is a Sam Cooke-channeling soul singer from Fort Worth, Texas. This week he took online tastemakers by storm with the release of two new songs.
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.
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."