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In Conversation: Butch Vig Discusses His Career From Nirvana to 5 Billion in Diamonds

The Garbage drummer’s psych-rock collective also shares an exclusive video for “Weight of the World,” the latest single from “Divine Accidents.”

Nirvana, Siouxsie and the Banshees, David Bowie and Hundreds More Peel Sessions Hit YouTube

Find Sessions from artists ranging from A Guy Called Gerald to XTC. 

Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic to Perform with The Doors’ John Densmore and Robby Krieger

The Homeward Bound charity show in LA will benefit PATH (People Assisting The Homeless).

Get Tickets for LA Benefit Show with Surviving Nirvana Members, Beck, and St. Vincent

The gala takes place at The Hollywood Palladium this Saturday.

Signal Boost: 15 Tracks from October 2020 You Should Know

Our Senior Editor’s favorite pre-released singles, album deep cuts, and tracks by unfairly obscure artists from the past few weeks.

Wayside Share New Single “Cherophobia” and a Playlist of Influences

The Australian duo are inspired by blink-182, Title Fight, and Cocteau Twins.

Uniform’s Michael Berdan Shares His Favorite Sacred Bones Releases

Ahead of the group’s new LP “Shame,” here are four releases the band is particularly proud to share a label with.

PREMIERE: Cub Sport Capture the Trippy Beauty of a Wild Sunset in “I Feel Like I Am Changin’” Video

The Aussie pop group share a reflective new single and a micro-dosed visual.

Glass Animals: Healing in “Dreamland”

In our latest digital cover, the psych-pop quartet talk near-death experiences and their new album.

Remembering Adam Schlesinger: A Tribute to a Friend

His former manager, publicist, and longtime friend reflects on the pop genius and life of the multi-talented songwriter.

The Variations of David Bowie: Inside Two New Classical Takes

Cellist Maya Beiser and pianist Mike Garson discuss translating the artist’s work into something new.

10 Great New Quarantine Cover Songs from Phoebe Bridgers, Angel Olsen, Jim James, and More

Tierra Whack, James Blake, and Jason Isbell take on covers by the likes of Radiohead, Roxy Music, and John Prine.

Glass Animals’ Dave Bayley Covers “Heart Shaped Box”

The Nirvana cover is the first of many from the musician’s Quarantine Covers series.

You Do It To Yourself: Radiohead’s “The Bends” at 25 Years

A track-by-track ranking of the album that made me realize it was OK to be anxious.

Floria Sigismondi, Goddess of Grotesquery

The Canadian-Italian music video director on her career and second feature film, “The Turning.”

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

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

LISTEN: St. Vincent Remixes Beck’s “Uneventful Days”

The “Hyperspace” single gets a funky reworking courtesy of Annie Clark.

WATCH: Code Orange Announce new LP “Underneath” with a Video for the Title Track

The Grammy-nominated metalcore group’s fourth LP is slated for release on March 13.

PLAYLIST: Screaming Females’ Favorite Non-Album Tracks

Preceding their “Singles Too” comp, Marissa Paternoster and Jarrett Dougherty share some B-side favs.

Then Is Now: The Return of Tegan and Sara

In our first digital cover story, the duo discuss the new album, establishing distinct identities, and how music saved their relationship.

LISTEN: Sleigh Bells Cover “Where Did You Sleep Last Night?”

The track makes an appearance in the trailer for the new Blake Lively thriller, “The Rhythm Section.”

PLAYLIST: Parsnip’s Songs About Fruit

To accompany their debut LP “When the Tree Bears Fruit,” the Australian garage rockers serve up more songs about fruit.

Signal Boost: 15 Tracks from July 2019 You Should Know

Our Associate Editor’s favorite pre-released singles, album deep cuts, and tracks by unfairly obscure artists from the past few weeks.

WATCH: White Reaper Have Been Waiting a “Real Long Time”

The second single off their upcoming Elektra debut has a music video. 

Aging with the Band: Wilco and the Intersection of Mythologies

On lost love, recovery, and music at Solid Sound 2019.

“John Wick” Is Saving Action Movies

“The Matrix” made computers cool twenty years ago. “Wick” reminds us how unnecessary they are in making a quality action film.

PREMIERE: Philary Embraces the Legacy of Grunge on “Smells Like Mean Spirit”

The brief track is the first single from Pile bassist Alex Molini’s debut LP.

Kurt Cobain’s Sweater Sells for $75K at Auction

Also, a greasy pizza plate with a Nirvana setlist handwritten by Cobain pulled in more than $22,000.


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