Nov 08, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

The Lemon Twigs (aka brothers Brian and Michael D'Addario) are looking poignantly backwards while moving gracefully forward on their debut record: a love letter to the past and a signpost towards the future. More


Clear Shot


Nov 07, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

On their third album overall and first since 2013's Join the Dots, which got them more notoriety in the U.S. than their 2012 eponymous debut album did, the British band TOY don't change around the formula that they've worked hard to cultivate since their formation in 2010.  More

Soft Hair

Soft Hair

Weird World

Nov 04, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

The relationship between Connan Mockasin and Sam Dust began with happenstance and folly. Yet a listen to their years in the making joint effort gives the impression that theirs was an intersection of fate disguised as coincidence. More

Nov 03, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

You likely know his name from production work on albums by mega-artists including U2, Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel, and Willie Nelson. You might also know him from his spacious soundscapes with Brian Eno. But did you know Daniel Lanois is also one helluva pedal steel player? I didn't. More

Nov 02, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

When it was first released in the spring of 2006, Midlake's sophomore album was a revelation. More

Nov 01, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

When Glaswegian songwriter Chris Duncan released his debut LP Architect last year, it felt majestically unrushed. The spacious arrangements and multi-faceted melodies soaked up the spirit of Brian Wilson and speckled it across each of the record's dream pop masterpieces. More

Fleetwood Mac


Warner Bros.

Oct 31, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

Fleetwood Mac's 1982 album Mirage demands reconsideration on this deluxe reissue. More

Oct 28, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

A little over a year ago, Marching Church were one of the most unforgiving, scathing, and totally unhinged bands on the planet.  More

Luke Roberts

Sunlit Cross

Thrill Jockey

Oct 27, 2016 Music Web Exclusive

There's something unexpectedly and welcomingly familiar in Luke Roberts' music. Like coming home or a favorite chair, Roberts' Sunlit Cross is comfortable and soothing, something to appreciate, embrace, and sink into. More