What Humans does, it continues to do magnificently, with Going Late the kind of record you reach for at 3 a.m. when you’ve finally burned out on the xx.
Lil HankEDM’s Last Hope II (Monstercat)
The band might very well be nothing less than singer-guitarist Doug Harrison's dream job.
Sometimes it’s better when you don’t know exactly what you’re listening to.
Imagine Skinny Puppy without the shifting rhythms and caustic noise.
You may know Brittney Rand as half of the local duo Mu.
Backed by his band, Farr sweats like Saturday afternoon at the roadhouse on “Blue Front Cafe”, turning the spotlight on America’s troubled past.
It's the most wonderful time for Xmas discs.
Maze's Assymetry shows she is clearly very versatile, not to mention prodigiously talented.
Old Man Canyon kicks off with “Good While It Lasted”, where fifth-dimension vocals, flanged guitars, and watery waves of synths give you an idea what your dad’s C-90 cassettes sounded like being eaten by a Teac A-510 tape deck.
If your response to having your heart ripped out of your chest is to reach for Year of the Cat rather than, say, Sea Change, “OUCH” might be just the balm you need.
Known up until now as one of the two singer-songwriters in Victoria’s chilled-out Current Swell, Dave Lang steps away from the veteran unit with his first solo release.