Shakey Tales: Getting Lost Again on Neil Young’s “Human Highway”
While still riding the wave of what could possibly have been the greatest run of recorded music in rock and roll history, Neil Young decided to make a movie. And not just any movie. A movie so strange that it barely saw the light of day—until now.
PREMIERE: The Channels Gawk at Their Own Rage in “Pill” Video
The Convention Cure: Non-Toxic Alternatives to Life at the RNC in CLE
Suffering Is Stiff: of Montreal Courts Trauma on “my fair lady”
Phantogram, Marilyn Manson, and the Horror of What Happens in the Daylight
Sometimes the light is scarier than the darkness.
PREMIERE: Oh Pep! are Late for the Train in “Bushwick” Video
“Now I’m waving my hands in the middle of the road, and the cars won’t stop, no they won’t even slow.”
Though He Was Never Here, Alex Cameron Is Making a “Comeback”
Finally seeing wide release after years of tremulous underground currents, “Jumping the Shark” is a schizophrenic how-do-you-do from a crazily put-together artist.
PREMIERE: “Living a Lie” Makes Royal Canoe Nauseated and Dizzy in New Single
Organs, drums, and sax—get dizzy!
Meet Drugdealer in the Weyes Blood–Featuring Video for “Suddenly”
Michael Collins’s debut drops September 9 on Domino imprint Weird World.
We’re Giving Away a Flyaway for Lollapalooza Featuring Festival Passes, Hotel Stay, (Very Special) Airfare, and More
Attention, everyone not in Chicago! Come kick it with us for Lollapalooza and FLOODfest in style—by heading over on a flight featuring a performance from Local Natives.
PREMIERE: Active Bird Community Invite You to “Pick Me Apart” in New Video
Brooklynites gone wild!
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Pitchfork Music Festival (7/15–17/2016)
Sufjan Stevens, Savages, Blood Orange, and more keep it 100 at Union Park.
PREMIERE: Rawkus Records Founder Joins Sherbert Gang, Heads West for Beat-Happy “Battle Cry”
Brian Brater and Amir H. Fallah set their sights on the sun.
Lift Off: Pitchfork Fest Gets Jazzy and Transcendent
Sun Ra’s Arkestra formed the spiritual center of the eleventh edition of the Chicago music festival.
RSVP: FLOODfest Chicago 2016
Local Natives, Classixx, and Baio will bring the party to our very own mini-fest rocking Chicago on Saturday, July 30.
The “Ghostbusters” Reboot Has Spirit (And a Bit of Slime, Too)
The issue of treading on hallowed ground aside, Paul Feig’s latest delivers exactly what it promises.
The “Night Of” Cure: Great Procedurals That Won’t Force You to Wait Until Next Week
You’ll need to wait two full months before seeing the climax of HBO’s new series, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait to get your daily dose of great procedural entertainment.
The New Purveyors: The Nerdist, WTF, and Cultural Conversation
Chris Hardwick and Marc Maron approach the entertainment industry in wildly different ways. But both help us to escape the culture of the soundbite.
PREMIERE: Sims is Returning Later This Year, and He’s Sent “Triple Sixes” to Warn You
Consider this your harbinger of doom.
5 Under-the-Radar Acts to Catch at Pitchfork Fest This Weekend
Because you’re gonna catch Sufjan either way.
PREMIERE: Wilderado Offer You a Glimpse of “Morning Light” in New Video
From the LA-via-Dustbowl quartet’s debut EP, “Latigo.”
Another Green World: Our Favorite Non-Musical Forays from Musicians
The new semi-animated Toro Y Moi concert film got us thinking: when it comes to making things that aren’t music, which musicians have done it best?
MJ Guider, “Precious Systems”
Echoing drones, lethargic beats, and mournful chants combine to make up the New Orleans trio’s debut.