The Athens quartet are living up to their city’s musical legacy.
Getting up to get down with the Raleigh fount of funk.
Breaking: Margo Price
Getting a much-needed slice of humble pie with the Tennessee-via-Illinois country artist at the forefront of a Third Man–led traditionalist revival.
Breaking: Hotel Van Zandt
Austin’s newest lodging accommodation is something special—from high, low, and in between.
Breaking: Natalie Morales
Tom Haverford’s boo comes into her own on “The Grinder”—but that’s not even the half of it.
Grabbing breakfast with Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig to talk the soul sisters’ new LP “Good Grief.”
Breaking: Reed Morano
The director of the elephantine indie “Meadowland” plugs in to shine a light on where the roads of her career meet—and how those roads have brought her to where she is now, shooting Martin Scorsese’s “Vinyl.”
Breaking: So Pitted
Nathan Rodriguez and his band are boldly going where no rock band has gone before—and fucking around a bit, too.
Breaking: Boss Selection
Producer Sunny Levine steps out from behind the boards on his collaborative LP.
Breaking: Sket One
Catching up with the Los Angeles–based artist on the occasion of his Star Wars–themed FLOOD Gallery show
Breaking: Little Pine
Moby’s new vegan eatery opens November 19 in LA’s Silverlake neighborhood.
Breaking: Julien Baker
The Tennessee–based singer-songwriter fights addiction, darkness, and death on her debut LP, “Sprained Ankle”.
Breaking: Seinabo Sey
The angel-voiced artist behind massive single “Younger” talks about overcoming fear and finding her own style.
After getting the Taylor Swift co-sign on his debut EP, the Los Angeles transplant drops his first full-length.
The Los Angeles psych-rock trio talk about their tireless work ethic, the challenges of touring, and why they are thinking of slowing things down on the heels of their newest album “1000 Days”.
Breaking: Son Little
The genre-hopping soul singer talks about sonic invention, past collaborations, and his self-titled solo debut.
Breaking: Grace Mitchell
The rising eighteen-year-old from Oregon is ready for what’s next.
East London’s sharpest post-punks just want you to dance with their sophomore album “Why Choose.”