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Perry's latest solo album, Traces, out Oct. 5, marks his reunion with his own voice. And yes, it's emotional.
The combination of Savages' thundering rhythm section, Perfect Pussy vocalist Meredith Graves and Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner drops a metallic funk-punk bomb-track.
Intimate home recordings from Prince, ragged rock from Metric, the angelic harmonies of Mountain Man, and Richard Swift's final, posthumous album are among this week's essential new releases.
Talia Schlanger chats with pop music's weird cousin about the new album Chris and it's blurred distinctions between aggressive and vulnerable, masculine and feminine, identity and presentation.
The announcement comes with a new track called "Sept20." According to a statement on Swift's Facebook page, it's his final song from an album he completed shortly before his death.
The Philly band distills heft and heart, cathartic choruses and gratuitous guitars into tender, explosive rock.
There is no precedent for the Grammy-winning, chart-busting, Hot Topic-surviving Williams, who didn't offer permission so much as show a generation of emo girls they did not have to ask for it.
Get ready to swoon to the power-pop band's first release since last year's charming debut, Guppy.
Following the dissolution of their marriage and band, Exitmusic's Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church unleash a gorgeous if haunting storm of images and sound.
Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker, with assistance from a cast of bass players, have a 25-year history of music making. Low's latest album Double Negative shows an adventurous reinvention.
Five great minds in public radio talk about standout events and artists across the six-day celebration.
Hear performances from Scottish instrumental trio Talisk, Chicago bluesman Toronzo Cannon and a two song set from the bilingual, Texas-based singer-songwriter Gina Chavez.
Billy Corgan, James Iha, Jimmy Chamberlin are back together and will release Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future.
It's a busy release week with a lot of notable albums, including new music from the rapper Noname, dark distorted sounds from Low, melancholy and hope from country singer Carrie Underwood and more.
The Mexican-American musician's latest album, 'The Crossing,' tells a story of identity and rock and roll dreams.
On its first release in 12 years, Ester Drang illustrates that heavily reverbed space-rock truly pops when paired with heavenly melody.
Catch live performances on Day 5 of the AmericanaFest Day Stage at The Local in Nashville.
On its seventh album, the Canadian band returns to the spiky, effusive pleasures of guitar-driven rock and roll.
For its contribution to the 7-inch single series, Wildhoney offers densely-layered dream-pop wrapped in a cheery melancholy.
Fresh Start" sets epically crunching guitar riffs against a larger message about learning from your mistakes, starting over and seizing the opportunities in front of you.