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It's that time of year again: Time to take stock of the vast armies of new musicians making music in the past year, and to pick out a few dozen of the best and brightest. In the three previous annual…   Read Story »
A little while back, Jenn Wasner, the heavenly voice behind Wye Oak, linked up with producer Jon Ehrens to form Dungeonesse, and their self-titled album of sparkling early-'90s dance-pop and R&B…   Read Story »
You haven't always been able to hear it in the actual music that comes out of the city, but Baltimore's DIY-heavy indie rock scene has always been a beautifully unsnobby and pop-happy sort of place.…   Read Story »
Dungeonesse's self-titled debut full-length is out next week, but the '90s R&B-inflected, alt-pop gem can be heard in its entirety now. We've had three samplings from the record already, including…   Read Story »
After experimenting with three formats for the Monthly Mix -- MP3 zip, Spotify playlist, Soundcloud set, etc. -- in March we finally came upon a solution that pleased everyone: all of them. And so,…   Read Story »
Dungeonesse are slated to release their self-titled debut next month and have given us another glimpse of the pop&B to come with "Nightlight." Just as shimmering as their last single "Shucks," the…   Read Story »
I could tell you that Dungeonesse's "Shucks," the second single from their upcoming self-titled debut, is like the perfect hybrid of How To Dress Well's R&Basinski and the new alt-pop. I could also…   Read Story »
Throughout the course of my life I have not been what you would call an R&B listener. A brief history of my dabbling: I owned a cassette copy of Boyz II Men's II because who didn't? A year later I…   Read Story »
Jenn Wasner is the inimitable front-belter for Baltimore duo Wye Oak, and lately she's also been releasing some pretty great solo music under her Flock Of Dimes pseudonym. Now she's got a third…   Read Story »