Many of 2017’s best listens were deeply personal, bravely diving into aspects of human emotion that some artists dare not approach.
Indie folk act Young Readers finds financial support from fans and friends in its effort to finish its album debut.
Despite living over a thousand miles apart, Wil Norton and Danny Davis — the minds behind OKC/D.C. duo Husbands — are always on the same page.
Certain aspects of sʌn ɹaɪə’s music suggest impenetrability, even if that wasn’t her intention.
The Philly-based, Texas-bred band’s sound isn’t new, but it feels like a novel approach in 2014.
He’s just barely past the legal drinking age, yet Alex G (born Alex Giannascoli) has created more songs than some musicians do in a lifetime.
Often, there’s as much wonder in the process as the finished piece of art itself. That’s precisely the mark of Oklahoma City indie rockers Feel Spectres.
The vocalist and multi-instrumentalist offers a glimpse of the sounds that make Tallows tick.
The group’s eponymous record bears some of its most compelling songwriting to date.
Compared to Cope’s previous offerings, this new journey is a bold progression into fresh sonic territory.