Like a neon light that never goes out, '80s synth-pop is still at the core of Carly Rae Jepsen's being. "Party for One" will appear on her 2019 album.
Hear an early, behind-the-scenes recording of The Beatles working on "Glass Onion," the third track from what would become the band's 1968, self-titled "White Album."
The new single does what the Scottish band does best: It captures tenderness in chaos and community in calamity.
Nancy Sanchez's jazzy rendition of "Angel Baby" has a new video, Gente De Zona reinterprets the Cuban music canon and Nicola Cruz keeps pushing South American rhythms to new spheres.
Hear a premiere of the title track from its new album, out Jan. 18.
In his warm, worn tone, David Bazan returns to Pedro the Lion in a song that connects childhood to lessons learned over a lifetime.
Van Etten performs against a flickering background of photos from early in her career, looking a lot like Pat Benatar circa 1984.
In a video for the new track, frontman Bradford Cox finds himself wandering down dusty backroads, trying to make sense of life's fading promises.
These recent releases — including French favorite Christine and the Queens and an appropriately spooky single from Thom Yorke — will have you reconsidering your 'Best of 2018' lists.