Michael Danaher

Q&A: Gotye on weird samples, dream collaborations, and performing a mega-hit

The causeway of hooks, timbres, and samples on Making Mirrors proved that there’s more ...

Buke & Gase

Q&A: Buke & Gase on homemade instruments, unconventionality, and doing it all live

Idiosyncratic girl/guy duo Buke & Gase, named after its homemade baritone ukulele and guitar-bass, ...

Atoms for Peace

Review: Atoms for Peace’s Amok looks forward, not back

The debut album from the Atoms for Peace super-group feels very much like a ...

Grizzly Bear

Review: Grizzly Bear’s Shields

Grizzly Bear became a mainstay of artsy indie rock with the 2009 release of ...

Menomena

Review: Menomena’s Moms

Following the departure of a key member, Moms should’ve been the sound of quirk-rock ...

Calexico

Review: Calexico’s Algiers

Going on four years without a proper album, Arizona-based Calexico is back with Algiers, ...

Dirty Projectors

Review: Dirty Projectors’ Swing Lo Magellan

Despite expectations swelling to ridiculous proportions, Dirty Projectors delivers with Swing Lo Magellan, a ...

Jesca Hoop

Review: Jesca Hoop’s The House That Jack Built

Over the course of a few albums, singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop has established herself as ...

Marissa Nadler

Review: Marissa Nadler’s The Sister

The Sister further proves that singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler is perfect at what she does ...

Beach House

Review: Beach House’s Bloom

Beach House’s new album asserts that Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally’s melodious prowess and ...

Jack White

Review: Jack White’s Blunderbuss

With a genuineness and a nod to the roots of rock music, Jack White ...

La Sera

Pop Addict: La Sera’s Sees the Light

Every other week, Pop Addict presents infectious tunes from contemporary musicians across indie rock, ...