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Nashville fuzz-pop tricksters Waterfall Wash drink the kool-aid in the video for their latest single, “Chris.”
Los Angeles musician Nate Smith holds a mirror to modern America through the lens of ‘70s rock on new single.
Viennese artist Monsterheart shares an intimate day-in-the-life video for lilting synth-pop track, “Timber.”
London-based producer Vonica releases an ecstatic and beautifully distorted video to accompany the mesmerizing electronic impulses of recent single, “Ai.”
The new video from Manchester duo Son of William combines the intimacy of a late evening studio performance with a complex look at its underlying emotional foundations.
The new video from Los Angeles/NYC duo TIDES contrasts the euphoria of new love with the wintry streets of New York City.
UK singer-songwriter Jade Bird exposes the tender and ferocious emotions living inside her heart on new single.
Chicago avant-pop group Glass Famine explores a series of complex and catchy experimental pop landscapes on new single.
Brazilian psych rockers Oruã explore opaque melodies while embracing a fuzzed-up guitar theatricality on new single.
The new record from Richmond, Virginia band Neat Sweep possesses a power-pop theatricality which 2018 has sorely lacked.
East Tennessee rock band Commander Keen explores a host of Southern ghosts and mammoth riffs on new record.
On their new record, Jim Shorts drop the lo-fi bedroom project feel of their earlier releases for some fuzzed-up guitar pop that feels more muscular and matured.
Kacey Musgraves offers an unexpectedly diverse and expansive tour of the country music genre on her towering new record.
Holy Wave links the garage-pop of the '60s with the rhythms of shoegaze and dream-pop on their impressive new record.
Bristol producer Henry Green's debut record is a gorgeous blend of vintage electronica and modern atmospherics.
Metallurgists Iron Reagan and Gatecreeper have teamed up for a devastatingly brutal and bruising split EP.
Of Montreal's latest record, "White is Relic/Irrealis Mood," is their best since 2013's "lousy with sylvanbriar," and maybe even 2007's "Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer?.
The latest release from plunderphonics outfit PZA explores a series of immense and involving synth soundscapes that shake with unfiltered emotion.
Soccer Mommy offers devastation through a lo-fi indie rock resonance on her debut record, "Clean."
From the band’s gear to their recording techniques, they shed light on the creation and inner mechanisms of their latest record.
Alex Volz looks at the dramatic rise and fall of theoretical rapper Boonk.
In this month’s edition of This Analog Life, The Southern Sounding takes a look at new cassettes from Badlands, The Widest Smiling Faces, Lips and Ribs and Arian Shafiee.
In this month's edition of This Analog Life, The Southern Sounding takes a look at new cassettes from Coastal Car, The Fun Years, Kyle & Wilbur and Indira Valey.
Why is Tommy Santee Klaws so mad?
"A Quiet Place" is both terrifying and heartfelt, an authentic horror film that crackles with tension and expertly crafted atmosphere.
Director Issa López's beautiful and terrifying new film, "Tigers Are Not Afraid," offers a glimpse into personal tragedy and childhood resilience.
Feral, savage and strangely heartfelt at times, "Lowlife" is a film that must be experienced to truly appreciate its mesmerizing weirdness.
Writer-director Philip Blue discusses his latest film, "A Ghost and the Boy with a Box on His Head," its approach to mental illness and other projects he's working on.
Eli Roth, the man behind “Cabin Fever,” “Hostel,” and “The Green Inferno,” brings audiences a remake no one was asking for.
"The Florida Project" reveals both the desperation and wonder cloaked in the area just outside the glitz and bustle of Disney World.
Alex Garland's latest film, "Annihilation," proves again that he is "a powerhouse writer and director."