While serving up another gleaming feast for the ears, the Baltimore dream pop duo inches toward its own creative voice on its skeletal fifth album.
Where so many other artists offer their fans hodgepodge leftovers when they raid their vaults, Mark Lanegan shows that he can make legit albums out of his.
On his fifth full-length, singer-songwriter Jake Smith's gritty sincerity and knack for storytelling make his lyrical craft look easy.
Essentially a repackaging of rarities already compiled on the 2002 'Slanted and Enchanted' reissue, this release reveals little about the iconic band's legacy.
A pivotal turning point in singer-songwriter Tim Showalter's career, 2014's HEAL gets reissued with bonus material.
Benefiting from big-budget production while indulging his quirks, Chris Drew proves that artists and major labels can still get commendable results together.
On his second full-length, the Seattle singer-songwriter brings smoldering intensity and exceptional finesse to his observations on the human condition.
Newly single, addiction-free, and relocated to Nashville, singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim's fifth album celebrates unguarded vulnerability as a strength.
On its fifth album, the Tampa Bay area roots quartet points its gaze southward -- all the way down to the south pole.
Bountiful string arrangements give Romano's fifth album the feeling of a black-tie gala, yet he ably captures the gravitas of forebears like Willie Nelson.