A benefit for Planned Parenthood brings together a packed bill of local bands at Rickshaw Stop.
The Chicago guitarist's great new record pays tribute to his mother, utilizing cut-ups, loops, and other techniques.
Among more familiar names like Washed Out and Lower Dens are fresh gems Victoria Canal, Angelica Garcia, more
Oakland's self-proclaimed 'Phil Donahue of the Internet Age' works the room like a hilarious punk-rock savant.
UK artist's five-track EP breaks into singular territory, with spaceship synths and a jazz-inflected approach.
Future funk, post-grunge, global Creole, surf rock, avant pop, and more on the musical menu for the new year.
This melodic vocal stroll, delivered with unhurried lethal precision, is a great introduction to the Philly artist.
Daniel Lopatin's work for the Adam Sandler hit is full of foreboding synth-squelches—and harks back to 70s classics.
The scene fixture's latest builds minaiture worlds from cascading synths, vinyl crackles, and flush atmospherics.
Spaced-out funk, Afrobeat, progressive soul, rave revivalism, heavy-rooted blues, breakbeats, and a lot of brass on this year's list