The band tried something new for their latest release. They looked for artists they’d never listened to.
The Hold Steady frontman's latest solo album "We All Want The Same Things" features his most autobiographical work to date.
The Vancouver duo moved away from the spontaneous feel of previous records and experimented in the studio for its third album.
The Denver husband-and-wife duo self-released and self-produced their fourth album after a long sailing trip.
The bassist and singer recruited Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins for his new LP.
The Brooklyn band's new album finds singer Adam Schatz at his most confident.
The French producer's "By Any Beats Necessary" is heavily influenced by American blues and hip-hop.
The former Walkmen frontman explores new musical territory with former Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij on "I Had A Dream That You Were Mine."
The Denver hip-hop band has found a home on Sage Francis' Strange Famous label for its debut LP.
The Danish singer-songwriter's latest album tackles the subject of surveillance in the 21st century.