Yes, Hi, Hello: Might I Direct You to the “Family Man” Website from 2001?
Disappoint Your Mom and Recreate Your Favorite “South Park” Scenes at LA’s Paley Center
PREMIERE: Despite What She Says, Gabriella Cohen Sounds Very Much Alive in “I Don’t Feel So Alive”
Minions Take Over the Surf-Fashion World with Buff Monster/Rusty Collab “Minions Lost in Paradise”
Plus four other out-of-the-box fashion collaborations.
PREMIERE: Thor Harris (Swans, Shearwater) Makes His Ominous Debut with “Lullaby for Klaus”
“Thor & Friends,” Harris’s solo debut, will be released on October 7.
Frank Ocean Releases Official “Channel ORANGE” Followup
Say hello to “Blond.”
The Ben-Hur Cure: An Antidote to Uninspired Adaptations
Just a reminder: We don’t have to shackle ourselves to the past when we stand on the shoulders of giants.
Frank Ocean Releases New Album That Isn’t “Boys Don’t Cry” But is, We Repeat, a New Frank Ocean Album
And with a title that’s just a wee bit on the nose.
Timber: “Into the Forest” Fails to Do Enough with Its Strong Premise
The pair of female protagonists at the center of this apocalypse thriller provide the only wrinkle in an otherwise rote genre film.
PREMIERE: Gringo Star Unify Sweet Georgia R&B and Sick Atlanta Indie Rock on “The Sides and In Between” LP
Bonus: they still sound nothing like The All-Starr Band.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Eaux Claires (8/12–13/2016)
Justin Vernon takes us deep into the Wisco woods.
In Conversation: With a Sullen Mind (and Free WiFi) Ryley Walker Cares for You
The Chicago folk-jazz guitarist talks the ups and downs of touring and how the city of Chicago influenced his new record, “Golden Sings That Have Been Sung.”
PREMIERE: Carl Sagan’s Skate Shoes’s Self-Titled LP is Here to Wear You Out
The Austin noise trio make their full-length debut this Friday via Super Secret Records.
PREMIERE: Cool Ghouls Act Cool on “Animal Races” LP
Gimme that rock and roll music.
The Over-the-Top Solutions Cure: Because Going to the Mat Isn’t Always a Bad Idea
Pop culture recommendations for those of us who may have big dreams, but who lack the ability to climb up the face of a glass-fronted skyscraper in order to pursue them.
“Joshy”: The Boys Get Out of Town
Thomas Middleditch and half of your favorite comic actors come together for a non-bachelor party.
PREMIERE: The Warlocks Are Good Dogs in the Video for “Lonesome Bulldog”
The psych stalwarts’s seventh album, “Songs From the Pale Eclipse,” is out September 2 via Cleopatra Records.
Remember Already: The Self-Definition of MUNA
With a strong debut EP to their name, the LA trio MUNA are ready to get serious.
PREMIERE: Teddybears Want to Drag You Through the Wormhole, But It’s “The Best You Ever Had”
The Swedish trio go bananas on their new single, and the video does its best to keep up.
Return of the Tapes: Peeking into the Window of Five of the Best Bedroom Artists
As these artists show, you don’t need a recording studio to make a great record.
How It’s Going to Be: Why Two Former Members of Third Eye Blind Can’t Call Themselves Former Members of Third Eye Blind
Everyone’s semi-charmed favorite ’90s rockers are back and playing to bigger crowds than ever. But the road from “Jumper” to Lollapalooza has more twists and turns than you might imagine—and it’s left some of the band’s founding members behind.
Cass McCombs, “Mangy Love”
Cass McCombs’s eighth album is also his most cohesive since 2011’s “Wit’s End.”