The songs on Langhorne Slim’s newly released album, Lost At Last Vol. 1, challenge the idea of social rigidity: the attitude that there’s a “correct” way for us to live and a side we should be on. He re-interprets the sound of the free-spirited yet vulnerable everyman heard on 2015’s The Spirit Moves and brings forth anew the call for us to abandon “the fold” and reconnect with ourselves and each other.
The artist’s raw emotional honesty is threaded through exciting songs about dragons, gods and wilderness on his last album. With a new album as gently boundary-pushing and moving as Afterglow, Ásgeir creates music that is cathartic for his countless fans, as well as for himself.
with Magic Giant and Half the Animal
Produced by Atlas Genius and Frederik Thaae, Inanimate Objects is the follow-up to the band’s 2013 full-length debut, When It Was Now.
The multi-platinum selling singer, performer, and songwriter first broke through with the release of his debut album, Chariot, which sold over 1 million copies, earned platinum certification, and yielded three hit singles. The New York native has since released five successful studio albums, including his latest album, Something Worth Saving.
Brazilian superstar Souza joins forces with the seventeen virtuoso strings of A Far Cry to give voice to poet Carolyn Forché’s “On Earth,” a luminous meditation on life and loss, through musical settings by some of the most distinctive creative voices in indie-classical music.
with Tall Tall Trees
After touring for his two previous studio albums, 151a and “Lighght, Kishi Bashi decided to submerge himself in a new musical direction. Feeling as though he was at a musical impasse, the artist’s new album, Sonderlust, was forged through heartbreak. The album represents a direct result of this personal struggle taking place at an artistic crossroads.