Five years after fooling fans into thinking they were breaking up, a-ha are back with their 10th album, leaving Jeff Giles to sigh: You Again?
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From hell’s heart, one of the worst albums of the ’70s stabs at thee
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Joe Marson has excellent taste in profanity — and a bit of bona fide electric soul magic.
The catchiest song about a coke addict you’re going to hear all day.
Bueller? …Bueller? …Bueller? No, David Paige.
Say hello to a major new talent.
Looking for a killer single to add to your summer playlist? Young Rising Sons have you covered.
Acoustic guitars and haunting harmonies: A simple formula used effectively in 5j Barrow’s new single, “Big Rooms, Bright Lights.”
La La Lush serve up a soaring pop anthem to cure your workday blues.
Hear the latest from the “eclectic but accessible” Colorado five-piece.
Hear a song from Walker’s new album, “Sky Still Blue.”
A documentary about the guitar legend seeks crowdfunding assistance.
Adam and Andrea Melia love each other. Chances are, you’ll love them too.
The latest from Toronto’s 9yrs blends modern rock angst with radio-ready songcraft.
Sample a song from Craig Bickhardt’s new album here.
Sometimes less is more, and Leela James proves it with her understated new single.
Watch the video for We Were Astronauts’ “Doree.”
This is one startlingly accomplished debut.
While Guster wraps up work on their next (as-yet untitled) studio album and preps the release of some live anniversary sets, here’s a teaser: A rare performance of the Keep…
Clark takes a minute out of his Grammy victory tour to deliver a little free music.
Johnny Hates Jazz, but he’d probably love the Mercy Beat.
L.A.’s Peach Kings bring the mojo thunder with their latest single.
Heartbreak is no fun, but Kye Alfred Hillig’s latest single makes it sound sweet.
The new Arkells record comes out in August, which suddenly seems much too far away.
Preview a song from SLK’s upcoming EP.
Smith refuses to play it safe with the follow-up to her Juno-winning debut.
True redemption is earned, and Glen David Andrews proves it with his latest album.
Soul music is alive and well in Brooklyn.
Watch “Satellites,” the first video from Tanner Patrick’s full-length debut.