RECAP: Harts Performing Live at the FLOOD Gallery
PREMIERE: beGun Brings Heavy Emotions to the Desert in “Namibe” Video
The Inauguration Day Cure
PREMIERE: Hypoluxo Are Here to Help You Shoot the Jay in “Fronts” Video
The darkwave Brooklyn band released “If Language” back in September.
PREMIERE: Forget What You’ve Heard, Chicano Batman Says “Freedom is Free”
“Throughout our history the state has presented the rationale that freedom is not free…. This song is an anti-thesis to that ideological fallacy.”
PREMIERE: Spirits Are High in the Video for NE-HI’s “Offers”
The Chicago quartet head out of the garage in search of whatever comes next.
The “Unqualified for the Job” Cure
Now’s probably a good time to celebrate some people who are actually experts in their chosen professions.
Ordinary People: Ty Segall, Cory Hanson, and the Search for the American Pastoral
Strange as it may sound, two of music’s heaviest rock acts also function as two of its most sincere folk revivalists. But is it really a revival act at all?
Todd Haynes’s “Safe” Is the Movie You Should Stream Tonight
Todd Haynes’s breakout feature from 1995 is also his masterpiece.
PREMIERE: The Dig Let Down Their “Jet Black Hair”
The New York quartet’s new album Bloodshot Tokyo is out February 3.
PREMIERE: Hard Proof Bridge Western Rock and Sub-Saharan Funk in “Stinger”
The Austin ten-piece get an assist from the production work of Chris “Frenchie” Smith.
PREMIERE: Dive into the Void with Cate Le Bon in the “Rock Pool” Video
The “Rock Pool” EP is out January 27 via Drag City.
The Death Cure: Stayin’ Alive
Because 2017 is definitely trying to kill us.
PREMIERE: Futurebirds Take on Vic Chesnutt’s “Dodge” for Pickathon’s Slab Series
The latest from the Oregon festival’s 2016–2017 season.
Japanese artist Azuma Makoto turns deconstructed floristry into fine art.
The New Dawn of New Age
How the consciousness-raising movement emerged from the margins to become a predominant force in American pop culture—and where the light might shine next.
Get God on the Phone: Coachella 2017 Lineup is Announced
Radiohead, Beyoncé, and Kendrick Lamar are your headliners.
Leia Shot First: Saying Goodbye to Carrie Fisher
“My generation was not tainted by the fantasy of Leia, but rather encouraged to aspire to the love of women like her.”
Under the Influence: Andy Shauf
The Saskatchewan-raised singer-songwriter treats a mundane gathering like a glass menagerie on his ANTI- debut “The Party.”
Innocent When You Meme: The Best Weird Internet Videos of 2016
Yeah, yeah, we get it. Beyoncé had a good year. But can we get on to the more important stuff now?
Dancing Through the Elements at Day for Night
Houston’s most innovative music and arts festival offers plenty of opportunities to get lost.
Leaning somewhat away from trip-hop and toward the more ambient stimuli of his surroundings, Simon Green sounds like he’s in transition, captured between two established ecosystems.