A cinematic electro-pop band through which dark themes are explored.
by Rachel Bailey | October 17, 2013
Nice-guy charm translates into lush sonic warmth onstage, helping the band's layered, expansive music blossom.
by Rachel Bailey | October 12, 2013 | 1 comment
The Philadelphia experimentalists are a punky, goofy hoot.
by Rachel Bailey | September 19, 2013
Country singer has spent the last six years showing that sometimes boys just wanna have fun, too.
by Rachel Bailey | July 12, 2013
by Rachel Bailey | June 18, 2013
Rock band features a post-punk bent, hollering about backwater Napoleons and dirty pictures of Jesus.
by Rachel Bailey | May 31, 2013
A cursory glance at their catalog will reveal that you've heard pretty much all of their hits on the radio.
by Rachel Bailey | May 07, 2013
Imminently catchy, experimental pop.
by Rachel Bailey | April 27, 2013
A mix of skronking brass, quivering strings and vocals that gives nods to both David Byrne and Bill Callahan.
by Rachel Bailey | April 03, 2013
Band makes the kind of dark, melodious alt-rock that is the perfect soundtrack for disaffected young white people.
by Rachel Bailey | March 22, 2013
With infectious new wave- and disco-inspired electro-pop, the duo has won fans in everyone from Pitchfork to Hugo Boss.
by Rachel Bailey | March 08, 2013
Country legend searching to find the real beauty in melancholy.
by Rachel Bailey | February 21, 2013
by Rachel Bailey | February 20, 2013
Brits making catchy, anthemic piano music so you can feel something, though it doesn't seem to matter much what.
by Rachel Bailey | February 01, 2013
For anyone who is a fan of watching dead horses being beaten.
by Rachel Bailey | January 21, 2013 | 1 comment