Timothy A. Schuler

Matmos

Review: Matmos’s The Ganzfeld EP

As a collection of songs, The Ganzfeld EP requires a unique brand of curiosity. ...

David Byrne & St. Vincent

Review: David Byrne & St. Vincent’s Love This Giant

David Byrne has one of the most recognizable voices in music, and his collaboration ...

Dan Deacon

Review: Dan Deacon’s America

Split into halves, Dan Deacon’s America is part adventurous noise pop and part string-infused ...

Serengeti (w/ Jel & Odd Nosdam)

Review: Serengeti’s CAR

With the help of Anticon producers Jel and Odd Nosdam, indie rapper Serengeti has ...

Mucca Pazza

Review: Mucca Pazza’s Safety Fifth

If Chicago’s tourism committee was serious about a new theme song—one that made people ...

Liars

Review: Liars’ WIXIW

To anyone who saw the video for Liars’ “No. 1 Against the Rush,” WIXIW ...

Jherek Bischoff

Review: Jherek Bischoff’s Composed

The latest from Parenthetical Girls member Jherek Bischoff is a piece of immaculately arranged ...

Idyl

Review: Idyl’s Elements of the Field

Filed under the name Idyl, singer-songwriter Alex Dupree’s latest creation trades in an austere ...

Father John Misty

Review: Father John Misty’s Fear Fun

It’s opening day for former Fleet Foxes drummer Joshua Tillman’s new act, and he ...

Loop 2.4.3

Review: Loop 2.4.3’s American Dreamland

Loop 2.4.3 is not, for the record, a typical band. Instead, it’s a “percussion ...