Indeed Bugg’s self-titled debut album echoes the sounds of a 1950’s rock & roll record
Almanac is the second album from this indie rock, Brooklyn duo
When you’re feeling mellow but you still have the urge to dance, this L.A. indie pop band can give you that right type of vibe.
After over 20 years, the band that has dominated the genre of shoegazing has finally released their third studio album
The sound on their second album 220.127.116.11.0, is a bit different from their debut in 2008. However, this does not set them back.
Georgia takes lead vocals in, “Cornelia and Jane,” and executes beautifully.
Fronted by singer/songwriter James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem has influenced hundreds of thousands over the past decade through their innovative, yet nostalgic style.
The alternative style and indie pop influences of Regina Spektor’s previous albums are not absent on this new release.
With the debut of his first studio album, Channel Orange, Frank Ocean has set himself apart from the pack and set fourth his own unique style of contemporary R&B.
With this album, Grizzly Bear has continued on with well-crafted lyrics and attention to detail in orchestral-style instrumentals.
Loaded with dark lyrics and rock instrumentals, the band takes a very visceral approach and spoke of their wasted days as they try to forget about them.
Business Casual is Chromeo’s third and latest album. Their upbeat music uses a lot of sound synthesizers along with a keyboard and, at times, can sound disco-ish.