Chris Thomson and Emma Nadler use their vocations and creative pursuits to convey the emotions spurred by their daughter's diagnosis. Read more about Daughter's Struggle with Rare Genetic Abnormality Inspires Deephaven Parents
On his latest, First Taste, Ty Segall shows that the quality of his work has not dipped despite the volume of music he has released. Read more about Music Review: Ty Segall's Latest Shows He Isn't Slowing Down
This year has seen new releases from The Black Keys and Raconteurs. So it’s easy if you overlooked Fontaines D.C. and their debut, Dogrel. Read more about Monthly Music Pick: Fontaines D.C.'s 'Dogrel'
James Blake has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry recently (e.g. Beyoncé), but Assume Form is a celebration of the English producer’s own talents. It’s easy to get hooked on the sweet falsetto or his unique sense of lyric. Yet Blake is more than just a sad boy singing over his own beats. Sparse trip-hop sections segue seamlessly into full orchestras. Elements of electro-pop and R&B keep the record fun and romantic. Read more about Fans of Radiohead, Bon Iver, Brian Eno: Give James Blake a Listen