What “The Big Sick” Teaches Us About Being Young and Chronically Ill
PREMIERE: Dude York Advise Against Going DIY in “Black Jack” Video
72-Hour Nostalgia-Punk Therapy: Riot Fest 2017
PREMIERE: Hop in the Magic Bus with I Come to Shanghai’s “Stranger”
Journey through the past, darkly.
PREMIERE: Tall Juan Goes The Distance in Handpainted “Cuida Coches” Video
Another “Olden Goldie” cut gets a clip.
PREMIERE: Dinner Sings Sweet “Siren Song” in New Video
From the Captured Tracks release “New Work.”
Five Years Left: How the Apocalyptic Vision of Busta Rhymes Prepared Us for Trump
Kim Jong-Un and Putin, we’ve got you all in check.
Welcome to the Hotel Katajanokka, a Former Prison in Helsinki
You can check out anytime you like, but—well, you know the rest.
PREMIERE: Liquid Monk Recreate “Nighttime” in the Daylight with Help from Jazz Singer Kameryn Ogden
The Detroit electro quartet’s debut is out September 22.
PREMIERE: Battleme Descends into the Post-Election “Hot Mess”
From October’s “Cult Psychotica.”
Meet the FLOOD Festival Guide, Presented by Toyota C-HR
Featuring in-depth stories on Hundred Waters, Buff Monster, Vince Staples, and Demetri Martin, in addition to our picks and tips for this year’s festival slate.
Nyege Nyege Brings Underground African Music to the Shore of the River Nile
The third running of the Ugandan music festival presents a dynamic vision of African music informed by—but not devoted to—traditional forms.
PREMIERE: Nurses Offer an Anthem for the Internet Weary on “In the Mirror”
The LA-via-Portland avant-popsters announce their return.
PREMIERE: Drag City’s Dead Rider Arrive Alive in “The Ideal” Clip
From the group’s forthcoming “Crew Licks.”
In Conversation: Ted Leo Is Building a Home
Having formally stepped away from the Pharmacists for the first time in his career, Leo is taking a new approach at this whole rock star thing.
Shambolic, Odd, and Arresting: Kid Millions Remembers Jason Molina
The Oneida drummer on his relationship with the Songs: Ohia/Magnolia Electric Co. mastermind.
Dear Charlene: “What is Self-Care?”
Every month, comic and writer Charlene deGuzman answers your questions about love, loss, and loneliness.
Strike a Pose: How Voguing Helped KAYE Celebrate Her Sexuality
The San Fermin guitarist moves into her solo project with precision.
Taking Stock of “The Human Surge”
Eduardo Williams’s latest film reads like Linklater’s “Slacker” for the global post-Internet age.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Outside Lands (8/11–13/2017)
Belle and Sebastian, Fleet Foxes, Kaytranada, and more play in the Bay.
Trends and Enemies: The Obsessions of Matt Spicer’s “Ingrid Goes West”
The director of the Aubrey Plaza–led Internet thriller talks Instagram, mental health, and Los Angeles.
The Clientele, “Music for the Age of Miracles”
The bards of British folk-rock return with their first album in seven years—and an expanded sonic palette.