At 63, Tom Petty's cynicism works hand-in-glove with his hard-earned cragginess.
In his new band, venerable U.K. DJ Harvey Bassett indulges his love of psychedelic garage rock.
Bear in Heaven writes inventive epics that behave like highly concentrated energy shots.
On Alvvays’ debut album, the Toronto band’s beach-pop seems to come straight from the California shore.
Performing as White Fence, Tim Presley steers toward the gentle pomp of late-’60s psychedelic pop, rock and folk.
Joyce Manor’s Smiths obsession makes for a confident, focused, 19-minute record that still gleefully indulges in pick scrapes and fast three-chord songs.
Luluc writes songs for late-night drives and uneventful mornings — stuff to slow the world outside.