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.
The Beach Boys, Janet Jackson, and Jill Scott will also be among the artists performing at the iconic LA venue later this year.
The Sharon Van Etten–featuring single from Strays gets a glossy, Risky Business–referencing visual.
The original tune, “Welcome to My Island,” will appear on Polachek’s forthcoming album Desire, I Want to Turn Into You.
The original track appeared on Björk’s most recent album Fossora, released last September.
The songwriter and producer’s latest track is a glimpse into the new era of her career.
The event will take place the weekend of August 19 in Quincy, Massachusetts.
Before hitting the road in February, the UK duo shares a reworking of their 2021 breakout hit.
Originally performed on the Australian radio station Triple J, the cover follows the electro-pop duo’s WET TENNIS LP from earlier this year.
Desire, I Want to Turn Into You, her sophomore album under her own name, will arrive next Valentine’s Day.
If you’re in LA, you can also win a pair of tickets to the band’s sold out residency at Hollywood Forever’s Masonic Lodge next week.
Ahead of the newly announced album launch shows for their forthcoming LP Never Going Under, the English quartet share the songs that get them hyped before they hit the stage.
The single arrives ahead of the Utah-based folk-pop project’s latest collection of songs, out March 3.
The title track from Matan KG’s self-proclaimed “Boyhood the album” arrives ahead of tomorrow’s release date.
The singer/rapper joins a troupe of wind dancers in her latest visual.
The track arrives in the wake of his sold-out House of Blues Chicago show benefitting the Dear Jack Foundation.
The Berlin-based musician promises more new music is on the horizon.
The Migos rapper was killed last week at the age of 28.
Portair also reveals details for his forthcoming Learning How to Die EP, dropping February 24 via Nettwerk.
The Halloween-ready single arrives ahead of the release of her debut album Good Thing We Stayed in January.
After announcing a North American tour for early 2023, the LA-based songwriter shares 10 tracks that reflect the painful themes of his music videos.
The track is from her upcoming full-length Shadows.
The Phoenix-based songwriter’s latest album arrives today via Fat Possum Records.
From Britney Spears to Rico Nasty, the songwriter shares 10 tracks that helped her kick off a colorful new era.
The San Diego–based garage rockers introduce themselves with a new track out via Enabler No. 6 and SonaBLAST! Records.
It was the final track recorded for the jazz-funk ensemble’s Big Crown Records debut, Education & Recreation.
The new single announces the LA-based songwriter’s signing to Nettwerk Music Group.
The LA-based pop project’s album If the World Is Ending will arrive this fall.
Preview the San Antonio–based hip-hop artist’s new track, which officially drops this Friday.
The Whigs vocalist’s latest collection of songs drops tomorrow via Normaltown/New West Records.
The East Sussex group’s ninth studio album of the same name arrives September 30.
Slated for release in 2023, the ex-HOLYCHILD songwriter takes a turn toward Italo disco.
The latest chapter of Fortress of Fun’s choose-your-own-adventure saga takes a medieval turn.
The latest single from Suicide Squeeze’s Pinks & Purples series arrives with the Mexican punks’ anti-patriarchy rager.
The songwriter and activist continues to tease her new album MATA, coming soon.
From Mexico with Love’s November 4 release date will coincide with a set of tour dates across North America alongside Bad Suns.
The singer’s new anthem about disappointing dates arrives ahead of her newly announced album The Loneliest Time.
Bassist Nikki Monninger takes lead vocals on the latest single from the group’s forthcoming album Physical Thrills.
The band also reveal that their new album You’re Not a Bad Person, It’s Just a Bad World will arrive August 19 via Empire.
Following a string of singles, the SLC-based outfit’s latest record arrives October 7 via Rude Records.
The Baltimore punks’ self-titled EP is slated to arrive August 26 via ZODHIAC Records.
The pair hit it off after Van Der Ark guested on Brett Newski’s Dirt From the Road podcast.
Flannery’s solo debut—featuring members of The Walkmen and The War on Drugs—arrives September 20.
The Midwestern songwriter’s latest album Carving Canyons arrives September 16 via Lionboy Records.
Titled “Candy Cane Forest 2,” the track follows last month’s reimagination of their song “Firesale.”
All Bandcamp proceeds from the single will benefit Noise For Now.
The rocker also shares a live video performance of the track ahead of releasing his new album Young Blood in August.
The Nashville group’s Margo Price–produced self-titled debut arrives July 1 via Appalachia Records.
Her new album S.I.D.E.S. is out today via Mom+Pop.
The New Orleans–based group’s first album in five years is out July 8 via New West Records.
The LA-based songwriter announces his signing to Nettwerk Music Group with the new single.
It’s the second single from the group’s forthcoming album A Round of Applause.
The Alabama-bred songwriter’s upcoming album was produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach for Easy Eye Sound.
In addition to big draws like The Marías, King Gizzard, and JPEGMAFIA, Tame Impala will be playing Lonerism in full.
The song will serve as the title track to Halsey’s touring guitarist’s debut album, out August 5 via Ani DiFranco’s Righteous Babe Records.
The LA rapper takes on the Nosaj Thing–produced Acid Rap single.
The LA-based songwriter shares a video for the track ahead of the record’s September 16 release via New West.
The longstanding psych-folk group’s latest album, Artificial Countrysides, arrives July 15 via Yep Roc.
The track appears on the songwriter’s recent debut EP to anyone who cares.
The Irish group shares a new visual while in the midst of their tour of Europe and the UK.
In partnership with Light in the Attic and Laurie Anderson, the series will kick off August 26 with never-before-heard demos of Velvet Underground staples and more.
The intense visual arrives alongside the deluxe re-release of Juno.
The single arrives ahead of the trio’s newly announced Dodger Stadium LP, arriving August 19 via Dangerbird.
DeTiger detailed working with her musical heroes.
The LA-based musician’s new single arrives with a post-breakup music video.
The shapeshifting track introduces the LA-based songwriter’s latest project, arriving July 22 via SOTA Records.
The track arrives ahead of his latest record After the Head Rush, out June 24 via Paper Bag Records.
The neo-soul four-piece’s new single came together as the result of an improvised jam session at LA’s Sound City Studios.
Bridgers will be joined by her Saddest Factory label roster as well as collaborator Christian Lee Hutson.
The sunny track arrives ahead of the Useless ID vocalist’s Young Forever LP, out next week.
KELI, the debut record from Peking Duk’s Adam Hyde, is out now via BMG.
It’s the NYC-based trio’s second single since signing to Lex Records earlier this year.
His debut solo album Floating on a Dream is out May 20 via Fantasy Records.
The Minneapolis group’s new album Moonflower arrives June 17.
The track arrives with an animated visual ahead of the Canadian songwriter’s forthcoming self-titled record.
The online music festival will take place on November 8, Election Day, for this year’s midterms.
Following a pair of summer shows in the UK, the band’s latest reveal of live dates arrives with news of their signing to Secretly Canadian.
Lily Lizotte’s fiery PURE ENERGY EP is out today via Fueled by Ramen.
The Death Cab for Cutie frontman also chats with Vanessa and Jonah Bayer about his love for Minor Threat, the beginning of his career, and more.
The single—which arrives ahead of Inkswel’s new LP The Snagglepuss: Chasing Infinity—features one of the last recordings from the late dub legend.
The anonymous LA-based duo also share a live performance video of the track.
The UK rockers’ latest single—and first with new drummer Camille Phillips—arrived earlier this month.
Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers is out May 13 via TDE.
Developed from a pandemic-instigated podcast, the collection of songs features an array of contributors including Blackalicious, Dan the Automator, and Lateef the Truthspeaker.
The single comes from Wildchild’s fourth album Omowale, out now.
Along with the label signing, the songwriter shares a video for her new track about diving back into a music career.
The music video serves as the final chapter in Francis’ Good Man short film, which is coming soon.
The optimistic single arrives ahead of the group’s Wash, Rinse, Repeat LP, which drops tomorrow.
Available today only, all proceeds from the single’s Bandcamp sales will benefit social impact organizations.
The Canadian singer-songwriter’s latest LP Cerulean is out June 3.
The Celebration vocalist’s self-titled release is out June 24 via Violin Films.
Joined by his wife Etty Lau Farrell, the songwriter took to Instagram to remember the late Foo Fighters drummer who died over the weekend.
The group’s 50th anniversary arena tour kicks off in September with St. Vincent opening.
The track will appear on the Australian songwriter’s forthcoming LP Early Moon, out August 2.
The single will feature in the next episode of the Apple Original Series from M. Night Shyamalan.
The “meditation on the all encompassing power of young love” arrives ahead of Jerome’s new LP Super Flower Blood Moon.
The final single ahead of the release of her debut album Sweet Company arrives with a set of tour dates supporting Mac DeMarco.
The single arrives ahead of the Toronto-based folk songwriter’s album Stolen Time, out April 22.
Zach Hurd’s debut album Ritual is out May 27.
Their debut album Medium Complications is out next month.