A slow burner from a blues rock band that works perfectly.
A songwriting chameleon does it again.
A blast from the past, which feels way in the past.
A question who's answer, depending on who you ask, is as varied as electronic music itself.
A little harsh, wasn't it?
An artifact from the 80s that should have been kept there.
"Yellow" helped mark Coldplay's 2000s debut, painting a scene of bright-eyed wistfulness and dreamy love.
A hard-hitting song about child abuse occurring behind closed doors.
The emotional weight of relating to a song. Thanks Killers.
Turns out punk music makes for an excellent baking soundtrack.
Kevin Thomas's acoustic rock debut is an interesting listen all the way through.
This acoustic track is musically sound, but doesn't quite emotionally hit.
This exercise in jazz, funk, and soul has it's ups and downs.
A repetitive collection of flawed pop songs that are perfect for the dance floor.
Combining emotion with edge and country twang with rock style, this record is an undiscovered gem worth digging up.
The comparisons are weak.
From pirates to Sesame Street, metal is no stranger to gimmicks.
This 60's and 70's inspired EP brings back the sound of the past.
LUC's debut weaves fuzzy garage rock, vintage electronics, and pop sensibilities into one package.
Scandinavian folk and Trap combine old and new in a bold single.
Pop-punk and 60's music, can it mix?
Galapaghost's track is like a wisp of smoke, here and gone in a second.
Matt Warren's newest house release brings mixed feelings.
This psychedelic quartet's fourth release creates a hazy headspace for itself.
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The Golden State is combating discrimination based on appearance.
The country's high court determines the future of representation.
The Granite State makes a huge step towards criminal justice reform.
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