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.
Alex G, God Save the Animals
Alex Giannascoli’s latest has a density to its proceedings that his previous albums lack—all while maintaining the quirk and intimacy of the bedsit recording proposition of his project’s origin.
The Mars Volta, The Mars Volta
This self-titled record takes The Mars Volta in the most unexpected of directions as it firmly shakes off any preconceptions of what this band is or ever was.
The Wonder Years, The Hum Goes on Forever
The Philly punk six-piece work through the pandemic era’s toughest battles on what could go down as their masterpiece.
The latest LP from the Antibalas offshoot is out January 22 via RidingEasy Records.
“Simply Having a Wonderful Compilation” arrives December 4 courtesy of Father/Daughter and Wax Nine Records.
“maybe i will see you at the end of the world” is out February 26 via Rude Records.
As usual, Fiona Apple deserves better.
The label is finally old enough to drink, so we’re partying safely with some new music.
The song from “Hello Weakness, You Make Me Strong” now has a poignant visual component.
The best way to settle a rivalry is to just perform the other band’s songs.
Listen to the indie group’s new free-flowing song, “Audrey.”
The duo’s sophomore album is out today via You’ve Changed Records.
The electronic duo are tired of the male-dominated music scene.
Listen to “In This House” and check out the details of Better Company.
The band also released a video for “Brother Eye” to celebrate.
The Dinner Party collaborators make the “Free Love” track even catchier.
The songwriter’s influences range from Jimi Hendrix to Leon Bridges.
“LIVE DRUGS” arrives November 20 via Super High Quality Records.
“Rolodex” arrives December 11 on Tender Loving Empire.
The combination music/comedy extravaganza is happening online November 13 and 14.
The folk group explore death and grief on their new album.
The virtual band have released another video for their “Song Machine” project.
The trio’s debut LP “One More Day” arrives December 4 via Smartpunk.
Jehnny Beth, The Kills, and more pen covers to celebrate the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
The duo release “Song for Tina,” following up their “Sopranos” theme cover “Song for Carm.”
Their debut album “RADIO ASTRO” is out February 19 via BMG.
Listen to some of the creepy songs that have influenced the trio’s music.
The electronic group’s album We Will Always Love You is out December 11.
The new single arrives ahead of their “Someone Who Isn’t Me” EP.
The Fueled by Ramen trio are back with a new song.
Watch the digital tribute on January 8, when Bowie would’ve turned 74.
Her “Creature of Habit” EP is out December 11.
The full “Pet Cemetery” EP is out November 27 via Suicide Squeeze.
Singer/songwriter Kate Stables has a new album out today via Rough Trade.
The Baltimore group are back with another kickass single.
The playlist arrives with their new single “Crying Is Cool” and news of a new LP.
The Australian duo are inspired by blink-182, Title Fight, and Cocteau Twins.
The SF goth-rapper shares how Travis Scott, Chelsea Wolfe, and Pink Floyd inspired his latest project.
The four-piece are releasing their debut LP “Dependent, Reliant” on November 5.
“Wandercease” is out October 23 via High Moon Records.
Their seventh full-length LP “Window’s Open” is out Friday, October 23.
The Canadian singer/songwriter tells the stories behind her debut full-length.
Watch the group’s new music video in a rainforest.
The Estonian group’s new record drops this Friday via Wharf Cat.
The group are releasing “An Ode to Escapism” on November 13 via Karma Chief Records.
Sadie Dupuis performs songs from “Haunted Painting” in her mom’s backyard with her dog Buster.
The horrorcore/hip-hop trio are releasing “Visions of Bodies Being Burned” on October 23 via Sub Pop.
The band will also be reissuing “Turning On” for its ten-year anniversary.
The Boston indie rockers have some tunes to follow up 2019’s “Don’t Hit Me Up.”
The blink-182-inspired group switch gears after working with Will Yip.
The duo will be unveiling their next album “Roped In” on Third Man soon.
The collaborative artist is stepping out on his own to release his debut solo album.
‘Halo of Hurt’ is out November 20 on Pure Noise Records.
The musical anthology will be out December 4 on Third Man and Columbia Records.
The Future Teens member goes solo for this Muppets cover.
Arish Ahmad Khan shares “Hal,” a jazz track dedicated to the late American producer.
The post-punks are nervous about the future of our world—as we all should be.
The psych-rock witches also share a new video for “I’d Rather Be Dreaming.”
The Chastity guitarist shares a new single ahead of a promised 2021 release.
The marathon stream will also feature sets from The Beths, Anjimile, and Prince Daddy & the Hyena.
The Oakland two-piece share an early stream of the pop-punk jams they’ve written in quarantine.
“Please if you are young and your fuckin’ back don’t hurt, go to them polls and cast a fucking vote.”
The former emo is stepping out on his own with intimate indie songs inspired by Wild Pink, Big Thief, and more.
They’ve also got a new video for “Parkland (Into the Silence).”
‘New Signs of Life’ is out on Dais Records now.
The synth-pop sisters also have a virtual concert event featuring Reggie Watts and Fred Armisen planned for this Wednesday.
The Factory Records post-punks are releasing their first album in twelve years today.
Listen to “How Lucky” from Vile’s forthcoming EP
The indie rocker’s self-titled album is out October 2.
The shoegazers share another song from their Covers EP.
The singer/songwriter has an album coming out in January 2021.
The rapper also discusses phones, quarantine, and FIDLAR in Q&A.
The duo are releasing their self-titled debut EP on October 16.
The former rap producer has a sophomore album arriving this October.
The Miami music festival has announced most of their lineup for 2021.
The British indie duo make a playlist ahead of their forthcoming album.
The elusive Sub Pop band are back with new material out tomorrow.
The Chicago-based vocalist has another Toni Morrison–inspired track.
The New York-based duo walk us through their fourth album, out today.
The duo’s album “Fear & Loneliness” is out November 13.
The California quintet get trippy on “Statues in the Garden (Arras).”
The Danish artist’s Robin Hannibal–produced debut single arrives today.
Watch your favorite musicians discuss significant paintings in history.
The indie star sings of love and longing in Shelby Township, MI.
“Wonderful Hell” arrives ahead of the feminist punks’ new record, out this October.
The quartet’s debut album is out October 9 on Winspear.
The young singer/songwriter plays the vulnerable song on his front porch in LA.
The duo’s self-titled debut is out October 2 via Goner Records.
The indie-pop artist has a new album out September 25.
The New York rapper worked with Quelle Chris for his next album, out October 16.
The single will appear in “All In: The Fight for Democracy,” which lands on streaming September 18.
“Once Upon One Time” is out October 23 via Park the Van.
The guitar music freak shares some tracks that influenced his debut album.
The sprawling record is out today on Brassland and Arts & Crafts.
“Good Music to Avert the Collapse of American Democracy” will be available on Bandcamp for only 24 hours.
The metalheads-gone-shoegazers choose synth-pop for “Somewhere Nowhere.”
The dark synthwave project arrives November 20 via Felte.
The experimental country group have released a new single from their forthcoming album “Holy Smokes Future Jokes.”
It’ll be the Nigerian-American rapper’s second album of 2020.
The indie-rock/pop-punk gem is out today via Plastic Miracles.
The indie rock duo have a new LP out on Captured Tracks today.
The ambitious NY-based singer/songwriter talks us through her new album, out today on Grand Jury.