“I’m going to make it because I’m never going to stop.”
The in-demand Chicago bass player goes solo, creating a journey that feels very much internal and external.
The Chicago-based artist makes music for the gays and girlies who are ready to dance, cry, and scream.
The egg-punk trio’s latest release is made for people already hopped up on the sugar high of a family-size packet of gummy bears.
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The Boston-based producer and composer is back with an otherworldly soundtrack for the possibility of life in space.
The new album directly and sincerely reflects the Buffalo-based rapper's reality—triumphant one moment, potentially tragic the next.
The latest album is a sweet hello and an occasional revisit to old times with Daniel Denton.
Although the Toronto-based singer-songwriter's latest EP is short, it's most definitely sweet.
The nu-funk artist's latest jubilant and celebratory single, "Slay," forces ass shaking and people bouncing.
The UK-based rapper and visual artist is constantly moving and making his own rules to follow.
The mystery behind Andrea Knight's latest experimental album is one of the most intriguing parts.
With the help of Blu and MED, the production duo formed a distinctive sense of self on their EP released today.
Brought forth is a folk album that is dark, complex, delicate and necessary at a time where the world is looking to unpack their own emotional discomforts.
The prog-rock band's newest EP is a therapeutic conversation between listener and artist concerning some of the most personal yet universal thoughts for a musician who wants to have a lucrative career.
A New Tomorrow is an album-long message: there will be hell coming your way and you won't know why, but don't ever let anyone tell you that you don't have the right to love and celebrate yourself as you are.
'Mookie Blaylock' is a fascinating conceptual record, full of hard hitting boom-bap and unexpected poignancy.
Their latest albums respectively demonstrate a diversity of sounds and colors, and both find Dixon and Kassa flowing to music they feel the most at home on.
Darko the Super's brand of hip hop is what would happen if you took your favorite psychedelic hip-hop album and decided it just isn't far-out enough.
The compilation album features YUNGMORPHEUS, Chris Keys, Paradime, Kamaal Williams, Apollo Brown, L'Orange, Namir Blade, Danny Brown, Nolan, and more.