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.
Her debut album Sublimation is out March 10 via Saddle Creek.
It’s the fifth and final single ahead of the release of RAVEN, out this Friday via Warp.
Kicking off in May and running through mid-June, select dates will feature Perfume Genius and The Faint.
Last night’s award show was a celebration of genres trailblazed by minority voices—with many of those voices finally getting their dues.
Per Martin, the track is “a sonic picture that represents New Los Angeles.”
Haley Fohr first fell in love with the song on tour opening for Julia Holter in 2013.
V is out March 17 via Jagjaguwar.
The artist is teaming up with Propeller to support non-profits such as Planned Parenthood, Noise For Now, and Keep Our Clinics while on the road.
It’s the second single from her forthcoming Sub Pop debut GOOD LUCK that’s out March 24.
The track announces his sophomore album An Inbuilt Fault that’s out May 5 via Partisan.
MotherFather, his first album in nearly eight years, is out April 14 via Roya.
Polachek also revealed the final tracklist for her new album, with one track featuring Grimes and Dido.
The group revealed a cover of Low’s “The Plan” along with the acoustic version of “Pepper” from the LP arriving March 10.
“Good Days” is the latest single from the LA-born, London-raised musician.
The Montreal shoegaze duo’s new album I Held the Shape While I Could is out April 14 via Light Organ Records.
The fest returns to downtown Detroit on the weekend of May 27.
It’s the third single from their upcoming album Radical Romantics, out March 10.
The follow-up to 2018’s Knock Hard is out March 24 via Lame-O.
Their debut album Practice is out February 17 via Mick Music.
The March 3 release date was announced alongside a livestream of the rapper spending time by himself in a room.
It’s the duo’s first single of the year, following their 2022 album SPIRAL.
Her self-titled album is out April 7 via Partisan Records.
Mythologies is out April 9 via Erato/Warner Classics.
Faux shares an official video for her latest single, along with a Uniiqu3 remix.
Olive Osby and Avsha Weinberg discuss applying the themes of selfhood explored on their recent debut full-length I Love to Lie to life on the road.
It’s the second single from Hannah Van Loon and Chaz Bear of Toro y Moi’s forthcoming album GISMO.
The new single is the follow-up to last year’s “No Hay Ley.”
Her follow-up to 2021’s Collapsed in Sunbeams is out May 26 via Transgressive.
The reimagined version of a track from last year’s Planet EP features guitar from MJ Lenderman.
“Tropic Morning News” is the first single from First Two Pages of Frankenstein, which arrives April 28 via 4AD.
Following their self-titled EP in 2018, Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus will release the record on March 31 via Interscope.
Rat Saw God is out April 7 via Dead Oceans.
Their debut album Dogsbody is out February 24 via True Panther.
Desire Pathway is out February 17 via Don Giovanni.
It’s the first music from the Manchester-based quartet since their 2021 EP.
Out March 10, the record features collaborations with Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, and Dry Cleaning’s Florence Shaw.
MGMT will perform their 2008 debut album Oracular Spectacular in full at the Pasadena-based fest on May 13.
Other highlights include Lil Uzi Vert, HAIM, girl in red, Rina Sawayama, and Snail Mail.
It’s Lætitia Tamko’s first new music since 2019’s self-titled LP.
It’s the third single from their forthcoming album This Is Why that’s out February 10.
Hot on the heels of the Roots emcee’s project with Danger Mouse, Glorious Game is out April 14 via Big Crown Records.
The video pays homage to the Tarantino film from which the song takes its name.
It’s the third single from Kyle Thomas’ upcoming release Smalltown Stardust, out January 27 via Sub Pop.
Taking place at LA’s Jeffrey Deitch Gallery from January 27 to February 3, the video project was directed, edited, and scored by Nadya Tolokonnikova.
The music and arts festival will take place the weekend of June 15 in Manchester, Tennessee.
Bless This Mess, the latest LP from Meg Remy, is out February 24 via 4AD.
Migos’ Takeoff was murdered back in November.
It’s the third single from Katherine Paul’s forthcoming album The Land, the Water, the Sky, out February 10 via Saddle Creek.
Every Acre arrives January 27 via Merge Records.
Her new album PRIZE is out January 13 via Memphis Industries.
His first project since 2019’s Here Comes the Cowboy is out January 20.
The DC-based songwriter looks back on 2022 and the impact of his third solo LP, Cometa.
The power-pop revivalists’ fourth album Asking for a Ride arrives January 27 via Elektra Entertainment.
It’s the duo’s first release since 2020’s Songs for the General Public.
The mini performance features cuts from her latest album Crash and other fan favorites like “Vroom Vroom.”
This Is Why, the band’s sixth album, is out February 10.
Ben Gibbard will be doing double duty on a string of dates celebrating 20 years of Give Up and Transatlanticism.
Her sophomore album RAVEN is out February 10 via Warp.
Her ninth studio album is out March 10 via Interscope.
The single from the group’s recent LP Blue Rev gets a visual treatment from Stardew Valley creator Eric Barone.
Kicking off in May, their tour includes 27 dates across North America.
The new single comes with the reveal that she’s signed to Partisan Records.
The arts collective formed by Kristin Hayter and Campol will also be giving Lingua Ignota’s debut Let the Evil of His Own Lips Cover Him its first vinyl release.
Both tracks are from her forthcoming sophomore album Honey that’s out January 23.
The Linda Lindas, Phoebe Bridgers, Remi Wolf, Tkay Maidza, Future Islands, Kurt Vile, David Byrne, and more give us songs to laugh and cry to this holiday season.
“I had a best friend, but she has come to pass. One I wish I could see now. You always remind me that memories will last.”
The tribute project is available on streaming platforms for the first time with 18 bonus tracks.
It’s the second single of the year from the Noirwave musician following last month’s “Numbers.”
The remixes are part of the forthcoming deluxe version of PAINLESS that’s out December 14 via ATO Records.
Back and peachier than ever.
Other draws include Halsey, FKA twigs, Pet Shop Boys, St. Vincent, The Moldy Peaches, Calvin Harris, Le Tigre, and Death Grips.
The new track featuring the dancehall music living legend is the third single from the rapper’s forthcoming album Beware of the Monkey.
Arriving this Friday, The Perfect Vision: Reworkings also features remixes by Jim Jarmusch, Lucrecia Dalt, Laraaji, and more.
The track arrives with news that the Johannesburg-born artist has signed to Partisan Records.
PRIZE, the follow-up to 2019’s What a Boost, is out January 13 via Memphis Industries.
Past curators include David Bowie, The Cure’s Robert Smith, Yoko Ono, and Nick Cave.
“Don’t Give Up” is the first single from GIZMO, out March 3 via Company Records.
The group released their initially announced final album The Family a day early, with another LP titled TM dropping tomorrow.
All proceeds from the track go to the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
“Buffy” follows her album Classic Objects from earlier this year.
The festival returns to North Charleston, South Carolina, on the weekend of April 15.
The Brit-pop icons will be joined by slowthai, Self Esteem, and Jockstrap at Wembley Stadium.
It’s the second solo single from The xx member following 2020’s “Lifetime.”
The group shares a video for their first single since last year’s Get a Friend EP.
Pollen is out February 10 via the duo’s own label Mutually Detrimental.
Radical Romantics is out March 10 via Mute.
The A24 project has Jonah Hill signed on as Executive Producer.
It’s his first new music since his 2021 sophomore album Romeo.
Lindsey Jordan’s Valentine Fest will run from February 10 to 14 at Ottobar.
It’s the Queens rapper’s first release since his 2021 album Deem’s Tape.
The song was written for the forthcoming documentary Wildcat.
It’s the fifth single the Berlin-based musician has released this year.
The post-punk icon is releasing her debut album I Play My Bass Loud on February 24 via Third Man Records.
The six-hour webcast features performances by Run the Jewels, Rise Against, Bully, OK Go, The Range, Shakey Graves, and many more.
It’s the second single from the rapper-producer’s forthcoming album Beware of the Monkey.
Her debut EP You of Now Pt. 1 arrived this past May.
A deluxe version of her 2019 LP Trinity—featuring a handful of additional remixes—arrives November 19.
It’s the Brooklyn-based quartet’s debut single for True Panther.
It’s the second single from the Stockholm-based group, following last month’s debut release.