In Conversation: Sinkane on Positivity in the Age of Trump

Even with the new regime in power, the musical polymath is still feeling good.

Molly Burch, “Please Be Mine”

The LA native’s debut is an escape route from Trump’s America into an alternative and rose-tinted reality.

PREMIERE: Jake from Modern Baseball Takes on The Mountain Goats, His Own “Everyday” for Original Tracks

Jake Ewald takes on “Palmcorder Yajna,” from “We Shall All Be Healed.”

PREMIERE: J.E. Sunde Views Indie-Folk Through a “Prism” in New Video

From the singer-songwriter’s forthcoming “Now I Feel Adored.”

The Menzingers, “After the Party”

The four members of The Menzingers have all hit their thirties. “After the Party” confronts that reality and all the realizations that come along with it.

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Air + Style (2/18–19/2017)

YG, TV on the Radio, and a whole lot of snowboarders get high in LA.

PREMIERE: “No New York?” Blank Square Say “No San Francisco” on Castle Face Debut “Animal I”

The SF punks channel no-wave aggression.

PREMIERE: Vorhees Manipulates Memories, Textures with “Souvenir”

The audio engineer known for her work with St. Vincent steps out from behind the boards.

Hand Habits, “Wildly Idle (Humble Before the Void)”

There is an airy, homemade weirdness to Meg Duffy’s solo debut.

Max Richter, “Three Worlds: Music from Woolf Works”

The British composer bravely journeys deep into the interior of Virginia Woolf’s novels and her inimitable characters.

Syd, “Fin”

Syd Fin COLUMBIA 8/10 Some would attribute the melding of hip-hop and R&B into today’s dominant party music to producer Teddy Riley’s new jack swing….

Breaking: Mozart’s Sister

The Montreal producer and singer shows a new face on “Field of Love.”

PREMIERE: Conner Youngblood Takes us to School in a Reykjavik Classroom

The confessional Nashville experimentalist delivers a pair of standouts from last year’s The Generation of Lift EP on a gray Icelandic morning.

Quelle Chris, “Being You Is Great, I Wish I Could Be You More Often”

“Being You” is gnarly and cerebral, the sound of a jittery headspace that’s got room enough for every flight of fancy.

PREMIERE: Cody Crump Teaches You How to “French Kiss,” Dance in New Video

In case you don’t already know. Seems like pertinent info.

Cloud Nothings, “Life Without Sound”

On their latest LP, the Cleveland band have realized—or stumbled upon—something lush and lovely.

The Cynicism Cure

A sincere celebration of principled people and the art they produce.

PREMIERE: Fawns of Love Get Gauzy in “That’s What We Do” Single

From the forthcoming “Who Cares About Tomorrow.”

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