Oct 21, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Parlophone's latest David Bowie reissue box set has already grabbed some attention for including The Gouster, a rare 1974 album that Bowie later scrapped and remixed as Young Americans. But Who Can I Be Now? has much more going for it, especially for die hard Bowie fans, as a snapshot of Bowie's brief but eclectic "plastic soul" era. More

Oct 20, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

British-born, Nashville-based soul singer Jamie Lidell has never been afraid of experimenting with a multitude of instruments or genres; throughout his career he's leapt deftly from R&B to funk to electronica, confidently finding his footing after every stylistic departure.  More

P.S. Eliot


Don Giovanni

Oct 19, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Before Katie Crutchfield (vocals/guitar) started her solo project Waxahatchee in 2011 and her twin sister Allison Crutchfield (drums) joined the now also defunct and much-missed Swearin' around the same time, they were both in P.S. Eliot, a band formed in their hometown of Birmingham, Alabama. More

Oct 18, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

There has perhaps never been a starker illustration of the dichotomy between an interesting record and a good one than this. Regardless of whether you think Oasis' first two albums were any good or not, there is no denying they were huge; they captured the mood of a Euro '96 football-obsessed England, dissatisfied with the dying embers of Tory rule. More

Oct 17, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Reissued here as a double CD set, King for a Day...Fool for a Lifetime proves itself as perhaps Faith No More's defining release. More

Oct 14, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

On their debut record, 2013's Howlin', Jagwar Ma dedicated themselves to a hyper-pop sound built from nostalgic '90s Manchester club beats and melodic psychedelic pop songs.  More

Oct 13, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

It's hard to say what it is that keeps you hoping that Kings of Leon will somehow return to their golden days of identity obscuring long hair, naughty southern swag, and shirt soaked, fireball spitting country rock that made drunk dancing an aerobic exercise.  More



Sub Pop

Oct 12, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Requiem is the sound the air makes in Joshua Tree and Korpilombolo; the way the sky looks as it melts into the horizon. It is the taste of adventure; the joyful abandon of running from sand to sea on a cold day. More

Oct 11, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Let's get the obvious out of the way here. Fairly or not, it's almost impossible to talk about this record without talking about the unspeakable tragedy that befell Nick Cave during its making.  More