PREMIERE: Fletcher Tucker Crumbles on the Coast in “Descend”
From the forthcoming “Cold Spring.”
Storms in Heaven: Ten Shoegaze Records You May Still Need to Hear
Beyond the pink squalls of My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, and Ride lies a whole world of whorl.
PREMIERE: Night Moves Wish You “Kind Luck” in New Video
From last year’s “Pennied Days.”
Meet the FLOOD Festival Guide, Presented by Toyota C-HR
Featuring in-depth stories on Vince Staples, Demetri Martin, Hundred Waters, and Buff Monster, in addition to our picks and tips for this year’s festival slate.
PREMIERE: Male Gaze Demand That You “Tell Me How It Is”
“Miss Taken” is out June 30 via Castle Face.
Grammy-Nominated Producer Ian Brennan Reflects on Working With At-Risk Albino Community in Tanzania
For International Albinism Awareness Day, the “White African Power” producer shares how music gave a forgotten people a sense of self.
PREMIERE: Banditos Make You Sweat in “Healin’ Slow” Video
A virtuosic performance from Mary Beth Richardson.
PREMIERE: Sprint Through “My New Necklace”‘s Marathon with Turtlenecked
The young Portland punk has more styles than Harry.
24 Flavors of Chips Named for Bob Dylan That Aren’t Just a Song Title
“A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” is not a chip flavor. “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Falafel” almost is.
PREMIERE: Thao & the Get Down Stay Down Rip Through “Kindness Be Conceived” for Pickathon’s Slab Sessions
Throwing it back to a Slab Session so nice we premiered it twice.
Wino Party: Bottlerock Basks in the Light of its Own Joy
These days, there’s a niche festival for everyone—even people who love the radio.
PREMIERE: Lando Chill Bucks Police Brutality in “No Paz”
The Chicago rapper’s “The Boy Who Spoke to the Wind” is out June 23 via Mello Music Group.
PREMIERE: Martin Rev Offers “Vision of Mari”
The Suicide instrumentalist releases his ninth solo LP, “Demolition 9,” on Friday.
PREMIERE: Brownout Re-Energizes with “You Don’t Have to Fall” Following Their “Brown Sabbath” Phase
Upcoming EP titled “Over the Covers” to start the new chapter.
PREMIERE: Husky Spot “Splinters in the Fire” on New Single
The erstwhile folk-rockers get knotty.
PREMIERE: Top Down Spread Their “Silver Ashes” in Video from Tour with Fred and Toody of Dead Moon
“Rough Roads” is out now via Voodoo Doughnut Recordings.
PREMIERE: Les Biches Offer up “Fun For Professionals”
Aaron M. Olson of LA Takedown Offers Up His Ten Favorite Film Scores
Wanna see movies of your dreams? Look no further.