Albums

Mike Mains & The Branches: Everything

A sound that straddles the line somewhere between Cold War Kids and The Boxer Rebellion, and a combination of attitude and light-heartedness on an EP that leaves you hungry for more, Mike Mains & The Br...

Dave Stewart: Lucky Numbers

As he was previously half of The Eurythmics, Dave Stewart's solo music is just as eclectic. He achieved great success with the group, but once they broke up, he struggled as part of Superheavy and The Touri...

Crushed Stars: Farewell Young Lovers

At the end of the 1990s, after deciding that there needed to be a delicate and melodic antidote to the loud grunge music of the time, Crushed Stars was formed. Led by singer and multi-instrumentalist Todd G...

My Education: 5 Popes

In response to the oversight of not having an original vinyl release, Austin-based instrumental band My Education are putting out a remaster of their 2002 debut, 5 Popes, in analog form, complete with two n...

Paradox: Tales Of The Weird

German thrash metallers Paradox return for a sixth album filled with aggressive speed metal. There are five songs here over five minutes, and the first, “Tales Of The Weird,” is over nine. A lot of the exte...

Marissa Nadler: July

Introduced with the release of single “Dead City Emily,” July is the sixth studio album by Bostonian singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler. Already well known in the indie music world for her voice, one that is ...

Behemoth: The Satanist

The past five years have been trying for Behemoth. The Polish four-piece have faced a slew of medical issues between its members, forcing them to take a step away from the music industry to focus on persona...

Steve Weinstein: Last Free Man

Following in the footsteps of Dr. Brian May, the guitarist of Queen, Steve Weinstein proves again that physics and music go very well together. As a tenured professor and an affiliate of the Perimeter Insti...