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.
Del Rey revealed a July 4 release date for her second LP of 2021 called “Blue Banisters.”
Signed by Linda Perry at 12 years old, the songwriter shares another single.
Luce performs the “Dark River” opener with string accompaniment from Laura Epling and Maggie Chafee.
The single is the first taste of “Sharecropper’s Son,” out May 21 on Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound.
The NY-based alt-rockers’ latest will be co-released by Greenway Records and The Reverberation Appreciation Society.
The songwriter and comedian shares her follow up to 2019’s “Casualty.”
The track arrives ahead of the February 26 release of “Dark River,” as well as a newly announced virtual release show.
The Portland singer shares the first single from her forthcoming debut EP.
The gothy new-wavers plan to release the record April 16.
The up-and-coming songwriter performs the track from her recent “Kathleen II” EP in Los Angeles.
The Athens-based rockers share the latest single from “A Comedy of Errors,” which arrives March 19.
The songwriter posted the audio for a new acoustic tune last night.
The new EP follows the band’s 2004 cover of the Zombies track.
The track appeared as a B-side on the San Diego soul trio’s recent “Will I See You Again” 7-inch.
The new single arrives ahead of the songwriter’s debut, “Digital Pacific,” out February 12.
Wolfhard’s post-Calpurnia project adds to their growing track list with the help of the Atlanta indie rock group.
The NY-based rockers take their songs out West to Southern California.
The South Side Chicago org lost over $40,000 worth of donated items, from new shoes to medical supplies.
The South African songwriter performs her “No Room for Error” single in front of some dramatic greenery.
The LA songwriter filmed the set with two friends on a recent trip to the East Coast.
The Ontario-based duo anticipate the release of their debut LP—and the return of mosh pits—in 2021.
The track comes from the debut album from actor Amy Carlson and members of Les Savy Fav, “Holidays of Love.”
The Arizona-raised songwriter also reveals her signing to Tiger Tone Records.
You can expect the latest project from Joao Gonzalez in early 2021.
It’s the latest from the synthpop supergroup featuring members of Hot Hot Heat and Fitz and the Tantrums.
The streaming platform will unveil the film December 7 with an intro from director Seamus Murphy.
Expect the electro-rock trio’s sophomore album early next year.
The “Punisher” single comes to life, courtesy of the “Fleabag” star.
Along with her take on “Get You,” Charlene Kaye sings her own single “Conscious Control.”
The songwriter performs “Find Yourself” and “Lucky” from the Southern California art hub.
The track—released via Ani DiFranco’s Righteous Babe Records—arrives with a stark black-and-white video.
The setlist consists of “Dead Billie Jean” and “Magical Thinking,” both from the band’s latest album.
The “Let It Happen” rework arrives with a trippy visual.
The Phoenix-based songwriter takes a jog to air her grievances in the clip for her latest single.
The latest offering from the Brooklyn group’s forthcoming LP follows their viral collab with Megan Thee Stallion.
The songwriter performs “Easy Now” and “A Different Shade of the Same” from his debut album “Beasts” in Los Angeles.
Twin sisters Hallie and Dylinn Mayes pack a punch with their introductory track.
The composer performs the title track from his recent LP from his backyard in Southern California.
The band also discusses cross-cultural influences on the program, kicking off Friday morning.
The producer also shared ambitious plans for the IG Live series beyond the pandemic.
The Goodie Mob rapper also discusses future projects on the latest installment of Sam I’s series of interviews with his collaborators on “Random Shit From the Internet Era.”
While we anticipate a new Arcade Fire record—and election results—the band gave us something to tide us over.
The Hulu film also features new music from Sia, Bebe Rexha, and Brandy Clark.
The lyric video features vintage footage of both groups in their ’80s heydays.
The installment titled “Becoming” begins at 10 a.m. PST, and will also feature poet/activist Ishmael Reed and musician Louie Vega.
The Edward Sharpe frontman joins Sam I for the first of several conversations the artist held with his collaborators on his new album “Random Shit From the Internet Era.”
The indie trio’s latest visual aims to benefit NIVA and the #SaveOurStages initiative.
The band’s vocalist plays “Home Again” and “What Is There” in Wimberley, Texas.
The songwriter also announces a November 10 live stream where he’ll play tracks from his debut EP “Side A.”
Pretty much everyone from Senator Elizabeth Warren to Eric Andre cameo in the video.
The four-song project will also get a 10-inch vinyl release on November 13 via Loma Vista.
Preview Wainwright’s first-ever ACL appearance before it airs tomorrow night.
The features-heavy debut LP from the multi-instrumentalist is out now.
The four-song EP from Jamil Rashad drops December 18 via Normaltown Records.
The songwriter gives an acoustic performance of “Sky Full of Tears” and “Let Love Heal” in his backyard.
Catch Day performing her own songs, as well as a Nina Simone cover, this Friday.
The acoustic single arrives ahead of the songwriter’s “Wednesday” EP, out November 6.
“The Truth Will Always Find a Way” and “Suited” arrive ahead of the record’s December 9 release.
Hear “American Landfill,” a reworking of the art-rock songwriter’s 2003 Bowie-featuring “Saviour.”
The LA-based songwriter also shares a playlist for Indigenous Peoples Day.
The actor/songwriter performs the tracks in their backyard in LA.
A portion of the single’s proceeds will benefit MusicCares and National Bailout Collective.
Entitled “Power to the People!,” the episode will begin streaming tomorrow.
Watch Moore and the feminist Afro-punk trio’s bassist have a chat in a London pub.
The song will appear on the duo’s deluxe edition of their 2019 LP Pollyanarchy.
The Scottish songwriter shares a video for his latest single.
The episode will focus on 20th century dance, from NYC jazz to Mexico City’s danzón.
The California pop-punk band shares the second single from their forthcoming EP “Sour to Punker.”
The shapeshifting duo take a dark synthpop turn on their latest track, which arrives with a video.
J’nai Bridges, Andra Day, and Jean-Yves Thibaudet round out the event, launched last Friday.
The Brooklyn-based singer gives us a keyboard performance of her new single from Warwick, NY.
The past-meets-future single is the band’s first new music in over two years.
Kevin Parker gives a synth-heavy performance of the “Slow Rush” single for Jimmy Fallon.
The full curated remix album will be out May 1.
Proceeds from their merch sales will now benefit local orgs supporting those affected by coronavirus.
They’re offering three free months of lessons to the first 100k people to sign up.
It’s the first single following their 2019 debut album, “Nothing Happens.”
“Blush” will be released June 19, and the “By Myself” music video is out today.
Musicians are pitching in after a tornado in Tennessee yesterday took lives and damaged beloved structures.
Their new album “Use Me” will be out May 1.
There’s already 65 songs with “coronavirus” in the title on the streaming service.
The threesome’s third album is due out April 24.
The band releases the first single off their forthcoming EP, “Instant Nostalgia.”
The single comes off his forthcoming album “SLEEPYHEAD,” out March 27.
This year’s roster includes Meek Mill, Summer Walker, DaBaby, Thundercat, and more.
According to reports, the Atlanta-born DJ died over the weekend.
They’re currently at work on the follow-up to last year’s “The Strawberry” EP.
The track is off their debut album “Nothing Happens” from last year.
Produced by Spike Jonze and written by Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz.
Artists react to the passing of the iconic drummer today at the age of 67.
The seventeen-year-old YouTube sensation has a new ukulele jam.
Off the Los Angeles band’s upcoming fourth album.
She’ll also be on the official soundtrack along with Run The Jewels, A$AP Rocky, and more.
The band covers Richard & Linda Thompson’s “Cavalry Cross” and reworks their single “Black Lagoon.”
The indie rockers perform a song off their 2010 album “Contra” in their second “ACL” appearance.
Spiegel is releasing his first full-length in ten years this February.
The celebration of Ben Merlis’ new book will also feature Marley Marl, Cut Chemist, and Peanut Butter Wolf.
The new single was produced by Rostam Batmanglij and Ariel Rechtshaid.
The singer/songwriter has a new record called “Bad Ideas” out tomorrow.