Sofi Tukker's brilliantly-executed sophomore album, "WET TENNIS," is a pure rush of endorphins.
Vincint's mission is "to make you cry and make you dance," something he succeeded at with his solid and impressive debut album.
Foy Vance will bring his Signs of Life tour to Alexandria's Birchmere on Tuesday, May 10.
The Indigo Girls will stream their concert "Look Long: Together" for one week starting May 8, and features "special surprise guests."
'Broken Hearts Club' finds Syd at her most intimate and vulnerable, and at the top of her game as a songwriter.
Gay country singer Orville Peck gets a little wilder and a lot more real on his latest album, 'Bronco.'
Walt Disco is something truly special, as the band blurs genres and torches the rulebook on its dazzling debut album.
With her new album Crash, Charli XCX makes it clear her urge to experiment and innovate is as strong as ever.
CMAT's debut is campy country at its very best, embodying some of the best aspects of Dolly-adjacent country-pop.
The Baltimore-based duo Beach House shines on "Once Twice Melody," a vivid and elegiac double album
Eighties synthpop royalty Tears For Fears surprises with a charismatic, indulgent new album
The Cactus Blossoms' third album searches for silver linings in a gloomy present.
Mitski returns from a brief hiatus with "Laurel Hell," a complex, cerebral sixth album delivered with profound honesty and self-awareness.
Anaïs Mitchell shakes off the bombast of "Hadestown" for a collection of reflective songs from the Vermont countryside
Olly Alexander takes Years & Years solo, and throws himself into a fantasy of his own making