PREMIERE: Ross Goldstein Makes Collaboration Magisterial on “Inverted Jenny” LP

The New York musician builds a wall of sound in the Catskills.

PREMIERE: Follow Dawes to SF on the “The Road to Outside Lands” Podcast

Growing up on the road isn’t exactly easy.

PREMIERE: Howard Ivans Brings Subtle, Supple Funk on “Back to the Life”

Courtesy of Spacebomb Records.

PREMIERE: Palehound Return to Pickathon’s Slab Sessions with “Healthier Folk”

Plus, tune in next weekend to catch the festival live from Happy Valley, OR.

PREMIERE: Black Beach Wave Red Flags on “Cluttered Head” Single

From the Boston garage trio’s forthcoming EP “Play Loud Die, Vol. II.”

RSVP: FLOODfest Chicago 2017 with Sylvan Esso, Grace Mitchell, alt-J, and Flint Eastwood

Plus, enter to win a trip to Chicago to take in the whole weekend.

PREMIERE: BÊNNÍ is Here to Remind You That the Gulf Coast is Really Freaky

California and Germany ain’t the only places making new-age music.

PREMIERE: Some Kind of Nun Has Some Kind of Fun in the Video for NO WIN’S “Crooked Heart”

Seek succor.

PREMIERE: David Ramirez and the Bifurcation of “Twins”

The Mexican-American songwriter offers a timely lament.

PREMIERE: LAKE Stay Soft for “Over Under” Video

Pastel tones out of Olympia.

I Got So Much Magic, You Can Have It: How the Near West Side Was Won at Pitchfork Fest

Solange, Angel Olsen, Kamaiyah, and a host of brilliant female artists took over Chicago’s Union Park this weekend.

PREMIERE: Zuli Dials in A Classic Pop Gem with “Kubadiver”

The NY-based singer lets his hair out.

PREMIERE: The Dan Ryan Aim for the Stars on “Guidance” LP

A death-defying trip to Glacier National Park inspired the Austin band’s new record.

PREMIERE: FRENSHIP Stay True to Their Core on “1000 Nights” for Original Tracks

James Sunderland and Brett Hite reveal the songwriting bonafides that power their synth-pop jams.

PREMIERE: Joseph Childress Has a Story to Tell in “Virginia Bound”

Country rock and roll will never die.

PREMIERE: Golden Rules Get Giggly at “Auntie Pearl’s House” for Pickathon Slab Sessions

Eric Biddines controls his flow over Paul White’s weirdo assemblage. 

PREMIERE: Nassau Salute the “Risin’ Sun” on New Single

Justin Wilcox and Jeffrey Silverstein’s guitars gently weep.

PREMIERE: Monk Parker Returns From the Shadows with “Prom”

The Texan is back with more woozy cosmic country from the edges.

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