Articles by Danielle Chelosky

Jamila Woods Shares “SULA (Hardcover)”

The Chicago-based vocalist has another Toni Morrison–inspired track.

Cults Break Down Their Dreamy New LP “Host” Track by Track

The New York-based duo walk us through their fourth album, out today.

The Darcys Get Risky on “Off the Deep”

The duo’s album “Fear & Loneliness” is out November 13.

Local Natives Share Hypnotic New Single and Video

The California quintet get trippy on “Statues in the Garden (Arras).”

Emi Wes Introduces Herself With the Introspective “Issues”

The Danish artist’s Robin Hannibal–produced debut single arrives today.

Google Arts & Culture Season 2 Features Grimes, FKA Twigs, The 1975’s Matty Healy, and More

Watch your favorite musicians discuss significant paintings in history.

Watch Chloe Moriondo Perform “Manta Rays” in Her Backyard for “Neighborhoods”

The indie star sings of love and longing in Shelby Township, MI.

War on Women Raise Hell on New Single

“Wonderful Hell” arrives ahead of the feminist punks’ new record, out this October.

Slow Pulp Release Indie Rock Anthem “At It Again”

The quartet’s debut album is out October 9 on Winspear.

Watch John-Robert Perform “Adeline” in Boyle Heights for “Neighborhoods”

The young singer/songwriter plays the vulnerable song on his front porch in LA.

Optic Sink Release “Exhibitionist” Along With a Groovy Playlist

The duo’s self-titled debut is out October 2 via Goner Records.

Left at London Considers How Things Are Getting Better on New Single “T-Shirt”

The indie-pop artist has a new album out September 25.

Homeboy Sandman Announces “Don’t Feed the Monster,” Shares “Trauma”

The New York rapper worked with Quelle Chris for his next album, out October 16.

Janelle Monáe Shares New Track “Turntables” From Forthcoming Voting Rights Doc

The single will appear in “All In: The Fight for Democracy,” which lands on streaming September 18.

Okey Dokey Lament Lost Love on “It’s Just You”

“Once Upon One Time” is out October 23 via Park the Van.

Mike Huguenor’s X Songs That Influenced the X Songs on “X’ed”

The guitar music freak shares some tracks that influenced his debut album.

Hannah Georgas Breaks Down Her Aaron Dessner–Produced “All That Emotion” Track by Track

The sprawling record is out today on Brassland and Arts & Crafts.

New Fair Fight Benefit Comp Includes New Music From Phoebe Bridgers, Hayley Williams, Weyes Blood, and Angel Olsen

“Good Music to Avert the Collapse of American Democracy” will be available on Bandcamp for only 24 hours.

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