Music to crash your car by. The best album the Pixies never made.
Magnet's third release is buoyant Norwegian pop at 40,000 feet, complete with whistling, woodblocks, wine bottles, and Bob Marley.
How does a period murder mystery bring in uncomfortable echoes of the Iraq War? When it's Foyle's War, quite naturally.
On the tenth anniversary of Jeff Buckley's death, a collection that almost puts his work in perspective.
A pleasant afternoon moment from Brazil's leading export that leaves us wanting more.
Piano transcriptions of Nick Drake! For people who like this sort of thing.
On Josh Haden's self-released solo debut, there are echoes of his old band Spain--and Dan the Automator too.
Nick Drake reaches out from beyond the grave with previously unheard tracks and an appearance at SxSW.
What, pray tell, is Bootsy doing with a bunch of white bread Christmas classics? He’s throwing a funky Christmas party.
Come, heavy Sting: plodding through the John Dowland catalog with the King of Pain.