Being Pushed and Flying High: A Conversation with Noel Gallagher
The world is a mess and it’s only getting messier, but for the Oasis mastermind, nothing’s wrong. In fact, it’s gettin’ better (man!!).
In Conversation: Alec Ounsworth of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Talks “Some Loud Thunder,” Ten Years Later
The experimental-indie-rock maestro has a special place in his heart for the band’s sophomore album, even if its initial success was subdued by a well-received debut record and music critic snobbery.
Sense and Sensuality: Torres and the Healthy Hedonism of “Three Futures”
Mackenzie Scott maps out the mental spaces, color palettes, and newfound sensuality that influenced her third LP.
In Conversation: Paul Major on Pre-Internet Record Collecting, Outsider Lounge Music, and Dodging Needles
One of the world’s preeminent record collectors talks shop on the occasion of his new comp for Mexican Summer/Anthology, “Feel the Music Vol. 1.”
In Conversation: Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith on the Beauty of Hayao Miyazaki
The composer and synthesist dives into the visually rich world of the greatest anime filmmaker of all time.
The Nominal Potency of Omni
Don’t call it slacker rock, but the Atlanta trio provide only the bare minimum.
Getting Donuts in Outer Space with Midnight Sister
Fringe representatives of LA, the Jagjaguwar signees are building their own planet right here on Earth.
Announcing FLOOD 7, Available Now for Purchase and Free Download
Our latest print edition features Miguel in conversation with Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova, and an in-depth chat with artist Sage Vaughn.
Miguel and Pussy Riot Party at the Brink
In the post-Trump world, everyone has an obligation to be political. But that doesn’t mean that we still don’t want to dance. Miguel and Nadya Tolokonnikova are figuring out how to do both.
Phrasing the Impossible: The Weather Station Gets Set Free
Intensely poetic and fully realized, Tamara Lindeman’s latest as The Weather Station is the result of trusting her gut.
Allah-Las on Making Cover Songs Their Own, and the Sacred Songs That Nobody Should Cover
Before peeling off to Joshua Tree to play at Desert Daze, Pedrum Siadatian talks the art of making covers.
In Conversation: A. Savage of Parquet Courts on Introspection and Words that Rhyme with Eyes
With an art exhibit and a debut solo album to offer, the ever-busy lyricist and visual artist opens up on his creative process with expected verbosity and frankness.
Here Comes the Sun King: Laraaji in the Light
A conversation with the benevolent monarch of warm drones and sunny tones.
The Uncanny Empathy of Open Mike Eagle
The rapper, comic, and podcaster on what he learned in one of Chicago’s most notorious housing projects.
Form and Void: Hundred Waters and the Point of Creation
With a beloved music festival now in its fourth year, and a surprise EP setting the stage for a highly anticipated new LP, the trio are firmly inside the machine of the industry. Or so you might think.
Rostam Basks in the “Half-Light”
After leaving Vampire Weekend, collaborating with Hamilton Leithauser, and producing just about all of your favorite pop stars, the LA-based musician is ready for his moment in the sun.
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.
In Conversation: Terry and Gyan Riley Talk Desert Daze, LSD, and Familial Communication Through Music
The architect of modernist music and his classically trained son take their playful improvisation to Joshua Tree.