LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Grandoozy 2018

Fifty artists. Three nights. 177 traffic citations. 5,280 feet above sea level.

Black Belt Eagle Scout, “Mother of My Children”

The kind of album that can both haunt and heal you—if you pay close enough attention. 

All That Jazz: Arcade Fire and Preservation Hall Jazz Band Parade into the Beyond

During the comedown of another riotous and righteous Jazz Fest, Win Butler and Regine Chassagne joined their friend and colleague Ben Jaffe in the Louisiana sun to consider how they got there, and where they’re all headed next.

Low, “Double Negative”

For a band that’s so steady and sure-footed, Low are uniquely gifted at conveying a sense of unraveling.

In Conversation: Colin Blunstone’s Odessey with The Zombies

The iconic vocalist reflects on his band’s incidental cult following, the pressures of recording, and fifty years of “Odessey & Oracle.”

PREMIERE: Film School Is Back in Session with “Bright to Death”

The Bay Area shoegaze group offer up an early listen of their fifth studio album—their first in eight years.

PREMIERE: IDER Idle in “You’ve Got Your Whole Life Ahead of You Baby” Video

The summer single gets a video treatment true to the song’s ironic tranquility.

PREMIERE: All Them Witches Bring “Diamond” to Life with an Eerie Video

Nashville’s sludgiest jam band carry over their genre-blending brilliance to video for their latest single, announce US and world tour dates.

Lenny Kravitz, “Raise Vibration”

None of this has anything to do with what’s currently clogging up the charts—but then, when did Lenny ever neatly fit the zeitgeist?

Getting Reoriented to Jungle

With festival season in full swing, the UK electro-funk group prepare for the release of their second, more personal LP.

Wild Nothing, “Indigo”

Wild Nothing has shifted away from lo-fi dreaminess, aiming for something more polished and defined.

PREMIERE: Lyrics Born Considers the Possibilities in “When I Get My Check ($, $, $)” Video

The SF emcee enlists fellow underground all-stars on the second single from his forthcoming album.

The Lemon Twigs, “Go to School”

A testament to unbridled creative freedom—a concept album such as this one could easily take a turn for the bizarre, yet The Lemon Twigs are able to keep it witty and lighthearted.

PREMIERE: The Knocks Revisit Their Debut Single and “Make It Better”

The synth-pop duo reworks their 2008 single for its first official digital release.

Nothing, “Dance on the Blacktop”

What initially feels like a watered-down sequel to a totally unique album reveals itself to be an impressive demonstration of dream-pop art brut.

Stepping Into Superorganism’s Big, Energetic Party

The international octet is redefining bedroom pop—and heading out on stage as one happy house.

Interpol, “Marauder”

Existential melancholy and staccato guitars have been Interpol’s signature for well over a decade, and they still carry it out with panache.

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Interpol Closes Out House of Vans Brooklyn’s Eight-Year Run

Rock and roll, bitch, HoV BK was into it.

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