May 05, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

Mikal Cronin's stated ambition for his third full-length? "Go big." More

May 04, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

Following the 2013 release of Cabinet of Curiosities, Dutch singer/songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Jacco Gardner was pegged as an heir to pocket symphonists of the '60s who labored intensively over lush studio odysseys.  More

May 01, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

Jim James is rock music's leading mystic. For years, his lyrics have explored big philosophical questions, and contain frequent mentions of spiritual concepts. More

Apr 30, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

Hard to believe it's already been three years since London-based psych band Django Django released their self-titled debut. Their eclectic mixture of sun-drenched sonic bursts, primal beats, and spacey melodies still stands out as a uniquely original effort.  More

Apr 29, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

Where Orson Welles pranked radio listeners many decades ago into believing that an alien invasion was underway, Tom Scharpling and Jon Wurster spent years bending pop culture through a prism of fake phone calls to amuse, puzzle, unsettle, and sometimes drive their audience to angry distraction. More

Shlohmo

Dark Red

True Panther/Wedidit

Apr 29, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

The album format has proved a tricky one for Shlohmo. More

Death

N.E.W.

Tryangle

Apr 28, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

N.E.W. offers long-awaited new material by Detroit legends Death, a band whose faith in their vision doomed them to near-obscurity for decades. More

Apr 27, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

At once thrilling, confounding, manic, and deeply conservative, Damogen Furies is, at long last, essential Squarepusher. More

Apr 24, 2015 Music Issue #53 - April/May 2015 - Tame Impala

BRAIDS have always felt like the right band at the wrong time. Their first two recordsFlourish // Perish and Native Speaker—are remarkable melanges of twitching experimental pop led by Raphaelle Standell-Preston's spell-casting intonations. More