Following a disappointing comeback album in 2016, American Football shows promise once again with the dreamier LP3.
Xiu Xiu delivers what might be its most adventurous and harrowing album to date... which is saying a lot.
Kero Kero Bonito make their Polyvinyl debut with a pretty radical departure from the signature sound cemented on Bonito Generation. Thankfully, Time 'n' Place is every bit as good as that album.
Alvvays' sophomore album offers some of the best dream and jangle pop I've heard in years.
Xiu Xiu returns after a seriously prolific streak with a new collection of original material via Polyvinyl Records.
Japanese singer-songwriter Shugo Tokumaru dishes out an incredibly dense and quirky variety of art pop with this lead single from his new album, Toss. The album is his most collaborative effort yet and, although it was released in Japan toward the end of last year, it's getting a proper release here in the States on April 28 via Polyvinyl.