With 232 pages and an expanded 12″ by 12″ format, our biggest print issue yet celebrates the people, places, music, and art of our hometown, including cover features on David Lynch, Nipsey Hussle, Syd, and Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records, plus Brian Wilson, Cuco, Ty Segall, Lord Huron, Remi Wolf, The Doors, the art of RISK, Taz, Estevan Oriol, Kii Arens, and Edward Colver, and so much more.
Alison Goldfrapp, The Love Invention
The Goldfrapp vocalist is bound for the dancefloor on her debut solo outing.
AJJ, Disposable Everything
The Phoenix folk-punks’ eighth LP feels more post-/mid-apocalyptic than foreshadowing of it while maintaining the band’s wonderful mix of pathos and humor.
On their ninth album, the Malian outfit moves further through their exploratory desert-blues aesthetic by interlocking their groove with the sounds of American country music.
The song will appear in the Netflix movie “Project Power,” out this Friday.
There’s a new baseball cap in town, and it comes with a killer dance track.
The new Kanye continues to confound with this Tatooine-inspired concept.
Flashback to the summer of 1985 at an immersive beachside pop-up.
The band will release new album “Guy Walks Into a Bar…” in July.
The fortieth anniversary of “Unknown Pleasures” launches a new film series.
Thoroughly modern indie-pop music for Generation Z and beyond.
The psychedelic clip is a thrilling showcase of styles and references.
It’s time to start making plans for the desert trek next year.
The D.C. band follow “The Seduction of Kansas” with a remake of the 1988 Danzig track.
The anti-pop hitmaker takes a spin on the dark disco dance floor.
Originally shared last month, the dance-happy track is the third single from new album “Erotic Reruns.”
Claude VonStroke and company are ready to party hard in Modesto, CA, this fall.
The recording was originally crafted as a 7″ for Record Store Day 2019.
The Swedish singer’s single-day event has a new date and a revised lineup, including SOPHIE and Empress Of.
Richie Hawtin, Kaskade and Derrick Carter will join the San Diego beachfront fest.
It’s the first iPod Apple has produced since 2015.
The track conjures distant memories of Jane’s Addiction amidst the apocalyptic maelstrom.
The song has already racked up more than six million streams. Now we have the official music video.
It’s the last track on his debut album “Apollo XXI,” which is out this Friday.
Jack White and company get weird in Japan for the forthcoming “Help Us Stranger” full-length.
The clip is for the title track of Elsa Carvajal’s new full-length album.
Wonder-Twin powers activate in the form of a new club anthem.
The two indie powerhouses will come together for a handful of U.S. concerts.
Just when you thought you couldn’t love her any more, she launches her very own line of pre-rolled joints.
The young singer-songwriter already has over a million streams on Spotify for the song and remix. Watch the new music video.
The eleven-song set was captured at the University of Alabama with band Stray Gators.
The pop queen will make her big-screen live action debut in the upcoming strippers-gone-wild film.
Maggie Rogers, Carly Rae Jepsen, Lil Wayne, and Toto will also rock the Vegas fall music fest.
“The song is about finding space in the noise and cacophony of distractions in our lives today.”
It’s X-rated from the opening line. This remix is strictly for mature audiences.
Two Austin couples come together to make beautiful dream pop.
The “Online Boutique for the Misfits & Miss Legits” gets real for the California desert festival.
The Swedish pop sensation reveals a new slew of summer shows.
Courtney Love, Megan Thee Stallion, and Charli XCX will appear at Los Angeles Historic State Park in June.
“‘Ghost Writer’ is a song trying to come to terms with how being a parent influences you.”
Kansas City kids lead by example with thoughtful and profound pop.
Rosalía, Teyana Taylor, and Holly Herndon are part of the eclectic lineup.
Van Etten performed “Comeback Kid” live on TV for the first time, and Patti Smith’s influence was all over it.
OG rave legends return with a new song, the fastest remix of all-time, and the most interesting puppy in the world.
The New Jersey native puts a fresh spin on turn of the century pop tones.
The nascent pop star is a walking definition of “you can’t knock the hustle.”