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PREMIERE: Some Kind of Nun Has Some Kind of Fun in the Video for NO WIN’S “Crooked Heart”

Seek succor.

5 Under-the-Radar Acts to Catch at FYF Fest

"Missy...[checks notes]...Elliott?"

PREMIERE: David Ramirez and the Bifurcation of “Twins”

The Mexican-American songwriter offers a timely lament.

PREMIERE: LAKE Stay Soft for “Over Under” Video

Pastel tones out of Olympia.

I Got So Much Magic, You Can Have It: How the Near West Side Was Won at Pitchfork Fest

Solange, Angel Olsen, Kamaiyah, and a host of brilliant female artists took over Chicago’s Union Park this weekend.

Al Franken Isn’t Running for President

But as he told Chelsea Handler last week, he may know a few people who are.

Non-Negotiable Casting Suggestions for Quentin Tarantino’s Manson Movie

Crank up the Beach Boys, baby: it’s time to figure this thing out.

PREMIERE: Zuli Dials in A Classic Pop Gem with “Kubadiver”

The NY-based singer lets his hair out.

PREMIERE: The Dan Ryan Aim for the Stars on “Guidance” LP

A death-defying trip to Glacier National Park inspired the Austin band’s new record.

PREMIERE: FRENSHIP Stay True to Their Core on “1000 Nights” for Original Tracks

James Sunderland and Brett Hite reveal the songwriting bonafides that power their synth-pop jams.

Dear Charlene: “I’m Self-Conscious”

Every month, comic and writer Charlene deGuzman answers your questions about love, loss, and loneliness.

PREMIERE: Joseph Childress Has a Story to Tell in “Virginia Bound”

Country rock and roll will never die.

PREMIERE: Golden Rules Get Giggly at “Auntie Pearl’s House” for Pickathon Slab Sessions

Eric Biddines controls his flow over Paul White’s weirdo assemblage. 

PREMIERE: Nassau Salute the “Risin’ Sun” on New Single

Justin Wilcox and Jeffrey Silverstein’s guitars gently weep.

PREMIERE: Monk Parker Returns From the Shadows with “Prom”

The Texan is back with more woozy cosmic country from the edges.

Tiny Respite: Meet Tiny Fellas, the Littlest Street Art Team in DC

Art at ground level.

A Seat at the Table: “Master of None,” Parents, and Generational Difference

The best episodes of “Master of None”‘s second season aren’t the funniest, or the ones that leave you on the edge of your seat; they’re the ones that are brutally, undeniably, painstakingly real.

PREMIERE: 4AD’s Methyl Ethel Are Comfortably Conflicted in “Drink Wine” Video

It’s the North American premiere of the “Everything is Forgotten” clip.

In Conversation: Algiers Expose “The Underside of Power”

Class warfare, civil rights, Donald Trump: That’s not the whole story.

Hysterically Accurate: Dave Anthony on “The Dollop”

America’s past brings a comedic goldmine to Anthony and co-host Gareth Reynolds’s podcast…even when the nation’s outlook is not-so-golden.

PREMIERE: Absolutely Not Aren’t Sticking to the Prime Directive in “Blood Money”

New-wave thrash from Chicago.

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