Following her self-titled debut, San Francisco singer-songwriter Debbie Neigher will release her sophomore effort, ‘Unravel,’ on Nov. 12.
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Following three EPs, the guys of Vinny Vegas take their brand of sprawling emo-meets-prog rock a step further on their full-length debut, ‘The Big White Whale.’
Hungarian electro-pop duo Venice Valley sum up their sound in one word: “summer.” But before you start conjuring images of beaches and hearing fuzzy surf rock in your head, think again. Sugár Andor and Hencz Peti are more ‘80s synth-pop than rattling guitars and washed-out reverb.
Following their first foray into all-instrumental prog rock on the 2012 EP ‘Pull Factors,’ NYC foursome TAUK went all in on the the subsequent LP, ‘Homunculus,’ which landed this past spring.
Following a four-year hiatus, Berlin singer-songwriter Clara Hill is back with her newly minted fourth album, ‘Walk the Distance.’ Hill does just that, as she reaches new sonic ground by adding elements of psych-folk and electronica to her signature acid jazz.
Tripp Kramer’s 2012 debut EP, ‘Adsum,’ introduced listeners to his mixed bag of musical talents and his ability to transform them into sleek alt-R&B tunes.
With all the ‘90s nostalgia going around, it’s about time someone gave us a dose of '80s-inspired acoustic rock. Nashville singer-songwriter Matt Wertz has done just that with his eighth long-player, ‘Heatwave.’
Windy City rockers Clara May dropped their sophomore album, ‘American Desi,’ earlier this month, and it explores a tightly crafted concept that follows an immigrant’s journey to the U.S.
Nashville husband-and-wife duo the Smoking Flowers bring a punk edge to their brand of bluesy alt-country, which is most recently heard on their new album ‘2 Guns.’ Though the LP is driven by Kim and Scott Collins’ fiery spirit, we’re offering what the twosome calls the album’s “black sheep,” ‘Something I Said,’ as today’s free MP3.