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The Velvet Underground, “The Complete Matrix Tapes”

“The Complete Matrix Tapes” tries to take you as close to one of those shows as you can possibly be; it’s up to you to decide how long you want to stay.

The Velvet Underground’s “Complete Matrix Tapes” To Be Released

The 4-CD set includes nine previously unreleased tracks.

In Conversation: Moe Tucker’s Velvet Mornings

The former Velvet Underground drummer reflects on the band’s legacy.

John Cale, “Fragments of a Rainy Season” [reissue]

Equipped with nothing more than a piano and occasionally a guitar on this live album from 1992, the former member of The Velvet Underground pulls something new out of so many songs from across his career.

Jet Boy Gone: Remembering New York Dolls’ Sylvain Sylvain

The glam-punk guitarist has passed away at the age of 69 after a two-year battle with cancer.

The Best Reissues and Box Sets of 2020

12 records we were pleased to see renewed and revamped.

This Is the Kit Breaks Down Each Song on “Off Off On”

Singer/songwriter Kate Stables has a new album out today via Rough Trade.

Death Valley Girls Break Down Each Track on “Under the Spell of Joy”

The psych-rock witches also share a new video for “I’d Rather Be Dreaming.”

Lou Reed, “New York: Deluxe Edition” + Lou Reed & John Cale, “Songs for Drella”

“New York” gets the deluxe box set treatment this week, while “Drella” gets a Record Store Day release three weeks later, a first on vinyl.

Courtney Marie Andrews’ Songs About Love and Heartbreak

The singer/songwriter shares a playlist to precede her new LP “Old Flowers,” which drops this Friday.

Dehd’s Songs That Remind Them How It Feels to Make Songs with Dehd

Jason Balla shares thirteen tracks that served as inspiration on the trio’s latest LP, “Flower of Devotion.”

Supreme Unveils New Daniel Johnston Clothing Line

Expect to see more Hi, How Are You? aliens at the skatepark when it reopens.

15 Great Moments When Rock ’n’ Roll and TV Sitcoms Collided

Here are some memorable instances of rock and sitcoms colliding.

RIP Paul K, the “Greatest Unknown Songwriter of His Generation”

The Detroit native made over 100 records and wrote more than 3,000 original songs. 

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

A previously unpublished interview with the post-punk guitar legend.

In Conversation: Jody Stephens Talks Big Star’s Enduring Legacy

With Craft Recordings reissuing their first two LPs, the band’s drummer takes us behind the scenes of their inception.

WATCH: Neon Indian Goes Head-to-Head with “Toyota Man” in New Music Video

The self-directed clip sees Alan Palomo taking on American anti-immigrant sentiment.

PREMIERE: Elliot Moss Twists His Body Into Shapes on “July 4”

The indietronica artist’s forthcoming album “A Change in Diet” is out January 17. 

Unearthed Lou Reed Demo Tape Reveals Andy Warhol Lyrics

A long-lost cassette tape reveals new wrinkles in the pair’s notoriously contentious relationship.

Vancouver Sleep Clinic Look to Love for a Cure on “Fever”

The ambient Aussie band’s “Onwards to Zion” is out October 18.

LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Massive Attack Brings “Mezzanine” to San Francisco

In addition to cuts from their classic 1998 album, the Bristol trip-hop duo surprised their audience with plenty of covers.

PREMIERE: Arsun’s “Dead Sixty-Six” Has a Vintage Rock Vibe and Country Twang

The singer-songwriter (and Mario Sorrenti’s son) is touring with Cat Power this fall. 

Follow mxmtoon’s Journey at Outside Lands 2019

The young ukulele talent is taking over our Instagram tomorrow. 

PLAYLIST: Sports Team’s Guide to the Best New U.K. Artists

As they blitzkrieg the U.S. with a quick slew of tour dates, the post-punks smuggle us a list of the hottest bands making waves in their native land.

WATCH: Surf Curse Announces “Heaven Surrounds You” with “Disco” Video

The LA-based surf rock duo will return with their third album, to be released September 13 via Danger Collective Records.

WATCH: Jay Som Announces Second Album with “Superbike” Video

The LA-based songwriter returns from Joshua Tree with her second LP, “Anak Ko.”

Palehound Tease New Music with the Blunt, Cathartic “Killer”

Along with the announcement of supporting dates for Cherry Glazerr, the Boston indie trio return with a timely single.

David Nance Group, “Peaced and Slightly Pulverized”

Hair-raising, skin-crawlingly good stuff, if you’re into jammin’ on the one, passin’ the pipe, or just rocking back and forth in a violent trance. 

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