With his debut full length, Roosevelt, aka 25-year-old Marius Lauber, pays homage to great vintage pop and dance music. My WSJ column.
Written "in memory of those trying to be safe and be themselves," the sale of "Not Myself" will raise funds for the Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund.
Her fetching dance hit "Operator" borrows its hook from Sister's Wynona Carr's "Operator, Operator," later a hit for the Friendly Brothers in '59.
My WSJ review of Ocean's new albums in which he unfurls an abundance of ideas in support of self-revealing lyrics and often-powerful vocal performances.
It features new tracks by Arc Iris, Nels Cline, Gonjasufi, Lisa Hannigan, Ed Harcourt, Eddie Levert, Dolly Parton, John Paul White and much more.
The Eaux Claires Festival presented an extraordinary lineup of progressive musicians willing to risk working together. My WSJ column.
Propelled by a fat, buttery bass and clacking percussion, the Toronto quartet's version of the Beatles tune takes it to another place.
"Fleece" appears on the Toronto band's album "Amnesty (I)," which arrives on Friday.
The latest in the ReNew Music series in which we look at great 21st century albums and what makes them special.
The synth-punk group is back together after an 11-year absence. "Untamed Ocean" is a track from "Overseas," out next week.