Saturday Looks Good To Me returns with ‘One Kiss Ends It All’, an well-crafted ode to the twee sounds of the 1960s.
“Random Access Memories” has enough greatness to justify its existence, just don’t approach it expecting anything close to Daft Punk’s best work.
The National internalize the abstract on “Trouble Will Find Me,” creating the band’s most immediate work without losing past charms.
Demanding your attention through the bowels of hell, Pharmakon’s “Abandon” shines thanks to unrelenting force.
Sam Amidon’s “Bright Sunny South” consists of pop music covers, yet his stunning and singular vision beats throughout.
Phoenix’s Sweetlife-headlining set proved that the Frenchmen are most worthy of headlining-status, as they put on a tight show full of their biggest hits to date.
Passion Pit turned Merriweather Post Pavilion into a giant dance floor during their pre-headlining Sweetlife set.
As the sole rapper on the lineup and a primary draw for many, Kendrick Lamar proved that his critically-acclaimed ‘good kid, m.A.A.d. city’ is just as great live as it is on record.
During the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Sweetlife set, Karen O proved to be one of our generation’s most exciting, energetic frontwomen.
Angel Olsen’s “Half Way Home” gets a physical release, extending the reach of one of 2012′s most pristine debuts.
While not on par with his classic releases, ‘Prisoner of Conscious’ will satisfy Talib Kweli’s loyal fanbase.
Classixx step away from the remix game to release ‘Hanging Gardens’, a solid debut that promises brighter tomorrows.
A few days before the release of their debut record, Secondhand Raptures, MS MR puts on a fabulous show at Sweetlife Festival.
While with only one released track, Haerts managed put on an incredibile performance at Sweetlife Festival, marking their first ever festival performance.
At this year’s Sweetlife, Solange proved that she is the future of R&B and is so much more than Beyoncé’s little sister.