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.
Alex G, God Save the Animals
Alex Giannascoli’s latest has a density to its proceedings that his previous albums lack—all while maintaining the quirk and intimacy of the bedsit recording proposition of his project’s origin.
The Mars Volta, The Mars Volta
This self-titled record takes The Mars Volta in the most unexpected of directions as it firmly shakes off any preconceptions of what this band is or ever was.
The Wonder Years, The Hum Goes on Forever
The Philly punk six-piece work through the pandemic era’s toughest battles on what could go down as their masterpiece.
These are two badass ladies you do not want to cross.
Their debut album I Love to Lie is out October 21 via Dirty Hit.
The single arrives with a video drawing heavy influence from Alice in Wonderland.
The duo ran through the rain to make it in time.
It’s the second single from her album Fossora, which arrives September 30.
Meg Duffy shares “Greatest Weapon” and “Under the Water” with the latter featuring longtime pal Amelia Meath on lead vocals.
The title track from Olsen’s latest album gets a country-fied makeover.
The new single follows the trio’s recent album Blue Skies, released this past May.
The Zambia-born artist shares how a return home inspired her powerful sophomore LP As Above, So Below.
“The song feels as if it’s the love child of Pharrell Williams and The Neptunes as much as Jack White.”
“Please TRUST the bangers are on the way. but first: how’s your heart?”
News of the Asheville-based group’s signing to the indie giant arrives with a video for the nearly nine-minute single.
The smart-mouthed junk food team returns with a feature film on November 8.
The set features a new album mix, a 100-page book with a foreword written by Paul McCartney, an essay by Questlove, detailed track notes, and other goodies.
Their show High School, which is based on the duo’s bestselling memoir, debuts next month.
It’s the second single from his forthcoming album FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE, out October 14.
Her sophomore album Protector is out October 28 via Partisan.
It’s the third single from the group’s forthcoming album Doggerel that’s out September 30.
It’s the first song and video from her forthcoming album Fossora.
The track appears on Lamar’s recent album Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.
The follow-up to 2016’s Hedonism is out October 28 via Young Art Records.
The project follows last year’s singles “Black Stone” and “Blue Liquid.”
Cracker Island is out February 24 via Warner Records.
The new album is out September 30.
The New Orleans punks’ third album Endure is out November 4 via Rough Trade.
The popstar’s fifth studio album Dirt Femme is out October 14.
They’ve shared the first movement from the album that’s out October 21 via Merge.
Their forthcoming album The Car is out October 21.
The single follows last month’s “Far Apart,” the Toronto musician’s first track in two years.
Her sophomore album Hold the Girl is out September 16 via Dirty Hit.
The first three episodes of Björk: Sonic Symbolism will be released on September 1.
Their album Nicks and Grazes is out October 14 via Saddle Creek.
It’s the third single from their forthcoming album Crybaby, out October 21 via Mom+Pop.
The group’s seventh studio album drops October 21.
Scrapped after Melody Prochet and co-producer Kevin Parker broke up in 2013, the project is finally seeing the light of day on September 30.
The musicians broke a sweat on stage with their exercise headbands and light exercise choreography.
The new single arose from an unexpected encounter with a drum machine.
It’s the title track from his forthcoming album out October 28 via Daptone Records.
Sophie Allison also shares a “slowed + reverb” version of the Sometimes, Forever single.
The new single announces his forthcoming album Cometa, which is out October 21.
Their forthcoming album SUCKERPUNCH is out October 7 via Public Consumption and Fueled by Ramen.
Evidently elf ears and vampire teeth are just side quests.
August 15, the day his star was unveiled, has also been announced as Nipsey Hussle Day in Los Angeles.
The single is from DJ Premier’s Hip Hop 50: Vol. 1 EP that dropped last month.
It’s the second single from his Secretly Canadian debut Please Have a Seat, out October 7.
The Orange County duo are releasing their new album Horseshit on Route 66 on September 8.
Their fourth album Magic Hour is due out this fall.
It’s the second single from the trio’s forthcoming album Cool It Down, which is out September 30.
It’s the second single from their forthcoming album Blue Rev, out October 7.
His new project Component System with the Auto Reverse is out October 7.
Their forthcoming boxset Blondie: Against the Odds 1974-1982 is out August 26.
It’s the latest single from Blanco’s forthcoming album Stay Close to Music that’s out October 14.
The EP also includes live renditions of tracks from her debut album Juno and previous one-off singles.
Her new single “Hover Like a GODDESS” is out tonight at 9 p.m. PST.
She also announced her new album SAP, which is out November 4 via Jagjaguwar.
Watch the duo perform the single as a part of a virtual tribute concert in the wake of the recently released Hey Doll Baby compilation of the brothers’ music.
The Madlib-produced single is a glimpse of the LA rapper’s forthcoming album Even God Has a Sense of Humor.
It’s the first single from the project’s newly announced album Shepherd Head, out September 16 via Saddle Creek.
It’s the title track and third single from their eighth studio album, out August 19.
She’s also going on a 23-date tour this fall with Empress Of.
Their fifth studio album Inner World Peace is out October 21 via Sub Pop.
Her sophomore EP Mirage is out September 16 via Jagjaguwar.
Her forthcoming album Outsiders is out August 19.
The release includes 24 previously unheard bonus tracks.
It’s the musical pioneer’s first solo album since 2017’s Reflection.
The trio teamed up with Best Friends Animal Society to make a visual PSA for pet adoption.
From little league to the majors.
Out October 14 on Royal Mountain Records, the LP features J Mascis, Julien Baker, Ryley Walker, Yasmin Williams, and Samantha Crain.
Their album I Walked with You a Ways is out October 14 via ANTI- Records.
It’s the first new music from Meg Remy since 2020’s Heavy Light.
The follow-up to 2018’s Mouthguard is out October 4 via Black Ocean.
It’s the third single from his forthcoming album God Save the Animals, out September 23.
Real Cultural Shit has yet to receive a release date.
Their forthcoming album is out October 28 via Easy Eye Sound.
It’s the first new music from the popstar since last year’s Happier Than Ever.
All proceeds for their covers of “Tears in the Typing Pool” and “The Goldheart Mountaintop Queen Directory” go toward preserving abortion rights.
The expanded version—featuring new tracks and remixes—is out September 23 via Luminelle Recordings.
The track arrives ahead of the deluxe version of Maxo’s Weight of the World, which drops next week.
It’s the lead single from her forthcoming debut album Quiet the Room, out October 14 via Secretly Canadian.
Electronic musician Yaeji helped Michelle Zauner with the translation.
Their 10th album Crybaby is out October 21 via Mom + Pop Music.
Co-produced by Portishead’s Adrian Utley, Anywhere but Here is out October 7 via Domino.
A video for the single arrives ahead of Blanco’s newly announced album Stay Close to Music, out October 14 via Transgressive.
The Scottish trio return with their first new music following 2018’s Cocoa Sugar.
The musician also announced a two-night festival he curated, taking place on November 3 & 4 at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville.
Her album We’ve Been Going About It All Wrong is out now.
The band’s forthcoming box set Blondie: Against the Odds 1974-1982 is out August 26 via UMe and Numero Group.
The group’s self-titled album is out July 29 via Double Double Whammy.
The event celebrates their forthcoming seventh album The Other Side of Make-Believe, which is out July 15.
The LP, which is out September 23, follows his latest single “Je te vois enfin.”
Blue Rev, the follow-up to 2017’s Antisocialites, is out October 7 via Polyvinyl.
He also shared a behind the scenes video for the single’s war-inspired visual.
Their EP Hi-Fidelity is out July 29.
It’s the third single from her forthcoming album Natural Brown Prom Queen.
The former Internet guitarist’s sophomore album is out July 15.
The follow-up to 2014’s After the Disco is titled Into the Blue.
The second single from the rapper’s forthcoming album As Above, So Below features Chef 187, Tio Nason, and Mwanjé.
It’s the follow-up single to “Bored,” which Hagood released last month.
Out August 19, the release features extensive liner notes by original producer Mitch Easter.