The ever-prolific Ty Segall returns with his 10th solo release, Freedom's Golbin, which KEXP Music Director Don Yates says "brings together the many sides of Segall's music, from blistering garage-punk, driving psych-rock and chugging glam to wistful folk-rock, Beatlesque psych-pop and even a woozy barroom sing-along."
London's Dream Wife comes through with a promising self-titled debut that's a "promising set of hook-filled garage-pop, combining buzzing guitars and energetic rhythms with the confident, dynamic vocals of Iceland-bred lead vocalist Rakel Mjöll and direct, uncompromising lyrics of empowerment."
No Age's Snares Like a Haircut marks a "strong return to form of shoegazerish noise-pop with effects-laden guitars, driving rhythms, resilient lyrics and triumphant song hooks." Plus new albums from Migos, Calexico, Hollie Cook and more.
January is starting to pick-up the pace with a swath of thrilling releases from new and old favorite artists. Swedish Folk outfit First Aid Kit returns with their fourth LP, Ruins, which KEXP's Music Director Dan Yates calls the duo's "most accomplished album to date is a beautifully crafted set ...