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WATCH: Red Hot Chili Peppers Reunite with John Frusciante, Honor Gang of Four’s Andy Gill

The group covered Gang of Four before being joined onstage by members of Jane’s Addiction.

In Conversation: Remembering Gang of Four’s Andy Gill (1956-2020)

A previously unpublished interview with the post-punk guitar legend.

In Conversation: Andy Gill and Gang of Four Carry On

A discourse on music, technology and the state of the kingdom

Shopping Break Down Their Dancy Fourth Album “All or Nothing” Track by Track

Trust in Shopping, dear listener.

WATCH: EarthGang Help TOKiMONSTA Announce New Album with “Fried for the Night” Video

“Oasis Nocturno” will be out March 20 via the producer’s own Young Art Records, preceding a U.S. tour.

Pourin’ One Out: Four Promising Atlanta Bands That Called It Quits in 2017

…and four that thankfully didn’t.

Brewery Ommegang to Release New “Game of Thrones”–Inspired Beer: The Three-Eyed Raven Dark Saison Ale

To mark Game of Thrones‘s fifth season this coming April, Ommegang Brewery has announced the latest brew in a series of GoT-inspired libations called the Three-Eyed Raven…

Insane Lineup for Burgerama Four Announced, Including Weezer, Ariel Pink, Ty Segall, and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

Along with the fantastic, low-key Woodsist Fest, Burger Records’ annual Burgerama festival has quickly become an indie rock tradition for Californians (particularly for those who…

Wand, “Ganglion Reef”

The Los Angeles four-piece has ties to Ty Segall, which should be all the recommendation you need to check this out.

WATCH: The Kills’ Alison Mosshart Goes Solo on “Rise”

The singer shares a self-made video for her debut single, out today via Domino Records.

PLAYLIST: Dogleg’s Formative Punk, Emo, and Post-Hardcore Tracks

Alex Stoitsiadis shares a handful of tracks that influenced his band’s hectic punk sounds.

LISTEN: Wire Announce New LP “10:20” with Reworked “Small Black Reptile”

The post-punk greats detail their second record this year, out on Record Store Day.

The 2010s: Ten Great Debut Albums from the Past Decade

From Janelle Monáe to Deafheaven, some notable career-defining first releases.

The Best Albums of 2018 (So Far)

From Amen Dunes to Yo La Tengo, twenty-five releases from this year that are leading the pack. 

Breaking: Nots

Cut from the streets of Memphis, this punk quartet turns the cacophony of city living into a symphony of distortion and dread—as well as hope.

New Order, New Faith

No strangers to a tumultuous road, Bernard Sumner and Gillian Gilbert reflect on the Peter Hook–less era of their legendary group, and the new album that recently came out of it—”Music Complete,” the special edition of which is out May 13.

Naked Lights, “On Nature”

“On Nature” continues to energetically vacillate between tight and drifting experimentation.

Breaking: Shopping

East London’s sharpest post-punks just want you to dance with their sophomore album “Why Choose.”

Shopping, “Why Choose”

Its only blatant agenda involves making you dance, and Shopping’s excellent sophomore album “Why Choose” is full of potential singles.

Burgerama 4: In Photos

Burger Records’ annual extravaganza took over the Observatory in Santa Ana with Weezer, Ty Segall, FIDLAR, Black Lips, and a whole lot more.

Hear Lupe Fiasco, Open Mike Eagle, and Joseph Chilliams’ Freestyle Tributes to MF DOOM

Raps inspired by the late emcee have been pouring in since it was revealed that the underground legend passed away in late 2020.

The Best Albums of 2020

Here are our picks for the 25 albums that kept our spirits up in 2020.

The 2021 Grammy Nominations Have Been Revealed, and There’s Plenty to Talk About

As usual, Fiona Apple deserves better.

Mr. Lif and Stu Bangas Unpack Their Extremely 2020 Self-Titled Debut as Vangarde

The emcee and producer talk us through their new LP covering everything from the pandemic to Black Lives Matter.

Gorillaz, “Song Machine: Season One – Strange Timez”

The animated four-piece host the wildest, most guest-heavy apocalyptic party since “This Is the End.”

FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day 2020 Part 3: Chromeo, Miles Davis, Grateful Dead, and More

What we’re excited for on the third weekend of RSD’s pandemic-necessitated three-part event, ahead of its November Black Friday finale.

FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day 2020 Part 2: Notorious B.I.G, Fleetwood Mac, Tove Lo and More

What we’re excited for on the second weekend of RSD’s pandemic-necessitated three-part event.

Remembering Kraftwerk’s Florian Schneider Through His Most Widely Overlooked Work

We revisit the late electronic music pioneer’s legacy via early LPs and recently unearthed recordings.


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