Album Stream Posts

For their new self-titled EP, Line & Circle teamed up with Lewis Pesacov -- who also recorded Best Coast's Crazy For You -- for their cleanest and most clear-headed work yet. It's only three tracks…   Read Story »
Rapper/singer/producer Tkay Maidza hails from in Australia via Zimbabwe, and she makes music covers even more ground than that. If Maidza's "U-Huh" video wasn't enough to affirm that she's worthy of…   Read Story »
Berkeley punk rock lifers Rancid, my favorite band of all time, haven't released an album since the slept-on Let The Dominoes Fall in 2008. That changes next Tuesday. The band has a new one called…   Read Story »
French For Rabbits occupy the space where gently sighing lullabies and otherworldly post-rock overlap. We were introduced to the New Zealand duo via "Woke Up To A Storm," a sweeping and sophisticated…   Read Story »
Restorations will release their third album, appropriately titled LP3, on October 28. As evidenced by the previously released singles, "Misprints," "Separate Songs," and "Tiny Prayers," LP3 finds the…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, the rhythm section of the Baltimore post-hardcore band Pianos Become The Teeth played on United Nations' great The Next Four Years album. Next week, the band will release Keep You,…   Read Story »
Last year, the classic lineup of the early-'90s dreampop trio Medicine reunited and released To The Happy Few, their first album since 1995. The reunion has continued, and Medicine already have a…   Read Story »
Yusuf Islam, fka Cat Stevens, will release Tell 'Em I'm Gone next week. It's his first new album in five years and features a mix of original compositions and other people's songs, including covers…   Read Story »
The Flaming Lips' much-discussed tribute album to the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is finally here. Like their Dark Side Of The Moon reimagining from a few years ago, With A Little…   Read Story »
Back in August, we heard "Floor of the Ocean," a single off Mark Lanegan Band's forthcoming record, Phantom Radio. While Lanegan's trajectory as a musician has changed significantly since Screaming…   Read Story »