On his striking, sparsely produced solo album Lighthouse, the Southern California legend declares his love for New York City.

Singer Dan Klein died of ALS earlier this summer, but at least his rocksteady band was able to see its collective vision through on this one sublime album.

On its new album, Matthew Cooper's ambient-music project suggests that noise and beauty are interdependent, making room for celestial voices and jet-engine roars alike.

On the band's new album, Luz Elena Mendoza's voice is fully enmeshed in the arrangements, which gives her bicultural storytelling an almost otherworldly feel.

A dewy Irishman with a falsetto-flecked voice, McMorrow gives himself an impressive makeover on a stylistically adventurous new album.

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