Here are a bunch of new CDs that exemplify a good chunk of today’s Americana music.
Univers Zero reissue, “Heresie,” remains as unsettling now as its original release in 1979.
The self-titled album marks Adam Goldberg’s new sonic outing, on April 12.
Umbrella Tree Records is a creative haven for alternative, eclectic and punk artists in Western North Carolina – many who have never had a release before.
The Vinyl 180 label announced the release of the first of two Dead Can Dance box sets on November 2, this one being titled “DCD 1.”
What could possibly go better with a new song by the slightly skewed alternative-rock favorites The Breeders than roller derby? After all, wasn’t the mayhem of the sound collage “Cannonball,” a big hit in the ’90s for the band, really just a sonic version of the contact sport?