This is a solid minor crime lark that tips its fedora to basic noir tropes.
Craig Finn’s new album continues to differentiate his solo material from the Hold Steady, but without Tad Kubler’s guitar heroics as a buffer, his lyrics can be pretty harrowing.
Epithymía is ambient music at its grandest scale, molding a sense of sublime wonder through its six tracks.
For their latest avant rendering of jazz and culture in a broader sense, MOPDTK take on trad jazz in a decidedly non-traditional manner, using literary titans from Pynchon to Joyce to Vonnegut as source material.
Universal Harvester won’t shock you or stay with you for a long time, but like most found footage movies, it’ll keep you on the edge of your seat along the way.
The British indie pop collective are still going strong ten years after their debut album. Their latest shows the remarkable consistency of their songcraft.
In the case of Natalie Hemby, she takes an old trope in dedicating an album to a small town and making it new again, all by her own means.