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.
Softcult, See You in the Dark
The punk duo’s latest EP is more harmonious, reflective, and lyrically mature than previous outings as they maintain their goal of destabilizing patriarchal thinking.
Heartworms, A Comforting Notion
The buzzy UK group’s debut EP showcases Jojo Orme’s dizzying vocal style, as well as the Rolodex of varied influences she mines to produce something wholly original.
Depeche Mode, Memento Mori
The sonic sparseness of the band’s fifteenth album—and first since the passing of co-founder Andrew Fletcher—is a welcome retreat from their more conventional forays into universality over the past decade.
The new wave icons’ founding member discusses his new RSD Black Friday exclusive EP, decades of resistance, and squid risotto in our recent chat.
The group’s guest-heavy ninth album, How Do You Burn?, is out now via Royal Cream/BMG.
Joined by Alloy Tracks’ Bryce Miller and Troy MacCubbin, Perry discusses why he believes the 1983 hit resonates so deeply in 2022.
Merge Records is releasing an expanded edition of the band’s 1987 classic on June 24.
Ahead of the release of his latest project Hello, Hi, Segall tells us how life in Topanga stacks up against the time he spent building a cult following within San Francisco’s garage rock scene.
The Deftones frontman and former Far guitarist discuss their first two original tracks together in nearly a decade, as well as the future of the electronic duo.
The Black Angels frontman and the producer of “May the Circle Remain Unbroken: A Tribute to Roky Erickson” fondly recall their times with the legendary psych-rock pioneer.
The vocalists from Primal Scream and Savages discuss the joys of collaborating on their heartbreaking new duets album.
The vocalist discusses the message and making of his groundbreaking 2002 neo-soul debut.
In our video interview, Mendes talks about treasured moments from his storied life in music ahead of his special debuting on PBS on Sunday.
Orange County-based surfer bros employ radical kindness, an “aura of stoke,” and hilarious city council appearances to slyly promote grass-roots engagement.
Founder Aaron Huey and Executive Director Cleo Barnett on how the Seattle-based design lab harnesses the change-driving power of analog art in a digital age.
The Brazilian electronic composer’s debut under the moniker, “The World As We Know It,” arrives this Friday.
The bass player passed away yesterday at the age of 72.
Brian and Michael D’Addario on their new record and the sonic secrets at the heart of their ’70s obsession.
Here are ten musicians who owe an insurmountable debt to the late King (and Queen) of rock ’n’ roll.
We caught up with the band’s frontman Bobby Hecksher to get the latest on their ninth album and new video.
A previously unpublished interview with the post-punk guitar legend.
With Craft Recordings reissuing their first two LPs, the band’s drummer takes us behind the scenes of their inception.
From “Disco Noël” to “This Ain’t No White Christmas,” here are ten wonderfully weird albums to get you in the holiday spirit.
From Janelle Monáe to Deafheaven, some notable career-defining first releases.
“Whatever happens, it’s going to sound cool!”
Listing the swan songs of those who are gone but certainly not forgotten.
Mikael Åkerfeldt on the Swedish prog metal group’s bilingual, “super-epic” new album.
A tribute to Nicky Wonder, cofounder of the Wondermints and guitarist for Brian Wilson, who died this week at age fifty-nine.
Drummer/vocalist Brann Dailor on the Led Zeppelin classic they recorded for their late manager, who passed away last year.
Named for Coyne’s 2015 art instillation of the same name, “King’s Mouth” features twelve interconnected songs with narration from The Clash’s Mick Jones.
Our FLOOD 9 cover conversation between ex–Pittsburgh Post-Gazette political cartoonist and an irreverent rock duo.
Out of place and underappreciated in 1968, “The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society” has finally reached the status it deserves in the highest tier of rock——and Dave Davies sincerely appreciates that, late as it may be.
Inside the world of the Lollapalooza poster artists.
The trio are careful about what they do in the studio, but once they hit the stage all bets are off.