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.
Bob Dylan, The Bootleg Series Vol. 17: Fragments – Time Out of Mind Sessions: 1996-1997
On the series’ 17th installment, listeners are transported to the sound of desire, a Dylan reconnecting and reconnoitering with a curt and surly muse.
Bass Drum of Death, Say I Won’t
The Mississippi garage rockers move past lo-fi toward a more soulful and power-chord heavy sound on their Patrick Carney–produced fifth album.
Lil Yachty, Let’s Start Here.
The Atlanta rapper has taken up the mantle of prog-psychedelic, live-band hip-hop, and the results are as outwardly wily and avant-garde as they are insular and introspective.
It’s the first video in the songwriter’s outdoor Sun Rooms Series.
Riverside County public health officials signed an order canceling both music festivals.
Killer Mike is the son of an Atlanta city police officer. Two of his cousins are police officers. He’s one…
Natalie Mering also promises a new Weyes Blood record in 2021.
The impossible-to-beat game arrives ahead of the anticipated “Van Weezer,” out May 15.
The video arrives with news of a delayed release date for Price’s “That’s How Rumors Get Started.”
Trent Reznor surprised us this morning with two new and free-to-download “Ghosts” records.
The latest in her line of vibrant singles incorporates a wide variety of influences, from The Strokes to Fela Kuti.
The Brits experiment with thermal imagery in the clip for their recent single.
The rockers’ new album drops this Friday, but you can get an exclusive listen at 585-20-PEARL.
The Nirvana cover is the first of many from the musician’s Quarantine Covers series.
This Friday alone sees notable releases from Chika, Code Orange, Deap Lips, Lil Uzi Vert, Grouplove, and more.
The single comes from the Philly punks’ third record “Monuments,” out early next month.
The post-punk greats detail their second record this year, out on Record Store Day.
Artists and workers are struggling to rebound as the fest takes a year off amid coronavirus concerns.
The UK trio shares the first single from their newly announced third LP “Hot Slick,” out May 29.
The March 9 tornado relief benefit will also feature Brandi Carlile, Ashley McBryde, Sheryl Crow, and Yola.
The band’s new album “Healer” drops next week.
With the festival just over a week away, SX still has a few tricks up their sleeves.
The 19-year-old vocalist goes deep on all eight tracks of her seductive debut, out today.
The first single from the folk songwriter’s debut, “The Way I Talk,” arrives today with a stunning video.
Moog’s alma mater Cornell University will be home to the electronic music pioneer’s work.
The East Coast rappers have also announced a new LP called “Loud Is Not Enough.”
Jackson Phillips shares his first single since 2017’s “The Days We Had” via [PIAS] Recordings.
The mysterious Dave Sardy project taps the Philly singer for their latest industrial single.
The alt-R&B group returns with their second single since 2016’s “How to Be a Human Being” LP.
Less than a month after releasing his promising “Meet the Woo, Vol. 2” mixtape, the rapper has passed away at 20.
“Shade is on the other side” will be released April 17 via Jullian Records.
Two weeks after dropping the single, the collaborators take it for a deluxe wash.
The ex-San Fermin vocalist nods to Yoko Ono in the visual for her new single.
Beaubrun stars in the video for the track from Browne’s Haiti-benefiting compilation, out today.
On the heels of last year’s “new breed,” Dawn Richard sets our expectations high for its follow-up.
Lee Tatlock details the tri-continental production of her grunge-pop debut.
Marihuzka Cornelius pulls inspiration from Nat King Cole and the Emerald City on her band’s new single.
It’s the latest single from Rob Marshall’s star-studded debut under the moniker.
Kim Pflaum’s latest “Waterbirth” single comes with a noirish visual.
James Alex cites everyone from AC/DC to Jónsi as influences on the band’s fourth LP.
The English rockers give the Bay Area a shot in the clip for their latest “Sad Happy” single.
The post-rock epic comes from the Cali quartet’s new EP, “Buried Inside.”
Tool, Lizzo, and Tame Impala are set to headline the Tennessee fest this year.
The New Orleans–based event will take place February 14.
The Massachusetts electropop trio share an elaborate clip for the “Hallucinations” single.
The Canadian emcee’s 2018 single gets a vibrant Asan Aslam–directed visual.
The surreal black-and-white video wraps up a busy year for both artists.
The ambitious young songwriter shares the latest single from the third volume of his “Djesse” project.
The AG Rojas–directed clip marks Justin Vernon’s first official music video since 2012.
The jangly LA rockers end a five-year hiatus with a tectonic new track.
In support of their fall headlining tour, the experimental psych-pop quartet gives the dancey single a video.
The sisters’ third single this year is also their third collab with Paul Thomas Anderson.
The latest single from the band’s forthcoming “Endless Dream” sees them return to the great indoors.
The downtempo single gets a video paying homage to in-studio TV performances from the ’60s and ’70s.
Josiah Mazzaschi’s bedroom pop project celebrates twenty years with another single.
King Princess, Henry Rollins, and Perry Ferrell are among the performers at the event’s LA debut.
The Spanish singer shares a new single and video to celebrate one year of “El Mar Querer.”
The power-pop single precedes a U.S. tour alongside Plain White T’s and New Politics.
The visual accompanies the rapper’s “Feet of Clay” EP, released last night at midnight.
What better place than here, etc.
The British synth-pop band took on “I’ve Seen Footage” at last night’s show in Sacramento.
The Abso Lutely–produced clip for the “On the Line” single features cameos from Mac DeMarco and King Tuff.
The long-awaited fourth album from Kevin Parker drops February 14 via Interscope.
Dev Hynes provides a visual component to his Toro y Moi–featuring “Angel’s Pulse” single.
The Norwegian synth-pop star lists her top cuffing and uncuffing tunes by Toro y Moi, Céline Dion, and more.
The single precedes the Azure Ray songwriter’s seventh solo album, out November 11.
Barnett gives the new-wavy “Keep On” a deadpan makeover.
Sparhawk grills Watt about the writing and recording process behind his forthcoming “Storm Damage.”
The iconic London post-punk group will release the LP January 24 via their own label, pinkflag.
Stream the new EP of alternate takes from Natalie Mering’s recent LP, “Titanic Rising.”
*to camera* It’s not really a pop song.
As promised, the Chicago rappers debut their new moniker with an icy single.
The addition of Weyes Blood, JPEGMAFIA, Japanese Breakfast, and more position the Amazon fest as a must-attend event.
Three of Chicago’s most promising rappers are up to something.
The Berklee multi-instrumentalist walks us through his three-track debut.
The latest from Wilco’s Nels Cline and Cibo Matto’s Yuka C. Honda is a dizzy blend of synths and guitars.
The single marks Dan Snaith’s first new music since 2014’s “Our Love” LP.
The latest release from the LA-based vocalist and producer on Arts & Crafts is now streaming everywhere.
Paramore drummer Zac Farro talks us through his third solo album of Afropop-infused psych.
The French one-woman-band introduces her fourth LP of dark folk with a speedy acoustic single.
Nearing the one-year anniversary of “Bottle It In,” the songwriter takes us behind the scenes of the album’s making.
“Civilisation I” arrives just in time for the London trio’s North American takeover.
The Turkish psych collective have garnered praise from Tame Impala, King Gizzard, and Edward Sharpe.
The young Norwegian songwriter gives exclusive details on his follow-up to 2017’s hypnagogic “Bedroom Tapes.”
On the eve of its release, Anders Trentemøller shares the final single from his fifth album and goes in-depth on each track.
The Ringer Podcast Network delivers the new program, featuring members of The Strokes, Can, Mobb Deep, and more.
The songwriters pair up for the fourth installment in Marfa Myths’ record series.
“Eighth Grade”’s Fred Hechinger also stars in the black-and-white clip for the “Exile in Guyville” homage.
The announcement came this morning via Cave’s Red Hand Files website.
With “Hey, I’m Just Like You” dropping next Friday, the twins share one more single.
The 7-inch single is the songwriter’s first new music since last year’s breakthrough LP “Clean.”
The Australian post-punk icon hits the road for a month of unmoderated Q&As and intimate piano performances.
Nick 13 details eleven tracks that informed the surf rock, punk, and other elements of his band’s sixth album.
The power pop ensemble get Godzilla-sized in the clip for the latest single from their LP of the same name, out this Friday.
The band is sharing never-before-seen footage from the time of their iconic debut and a restored “Rebellion (Lies)” video.
The songwriter’s new single from her forthcoming “All Mirrors” comes with a cinematic video.
The Future-featuring single precedes the songwriter’s second album, out October 25 via Young Turks.
With their “SOLACE” remix album out today, the Australian house trio share their favorite reworks of other artists’ songs.
The first installment of a three-part film called “Extazus,” “Sorrow” will also appear on the band’s forthcoming LP “DSVII.”
The Whitney Houston single gets a somber rework by the LA rockers.
The single was uploaded to Animal Collective’s Bandcamp this morning with all proceeds going to MusiCares and Music Health Alliance.
The songwriter and “SNL” alum gives us a proper introduction to her debut LP, which drops today.