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5 Russian Bands Giving the Next Emo Revival a Run For Its Money

If we’re due for another wave of emo soon, we’re looking somewhere colder than Eastern Pennsylvania.

February 05, 2021
Playlist
PLAYLIST: Turnover’s Grooves That Inspired “Altogether”

Along with a playlist curated by the band, Austin Getz goes deep on his newfound love of jazz.

November 18, 2019
Through Glitterer, Ned Russin Finds Solace in Challenging Himself

The Title Fight vocalist juggles his internal and external worlds on “Looking Through the Shades,” his debut LP for ANTI-.

July 11, 2019
PREMIERE: Bad Heaven Ltd. Explores Immobilizing Depression in “bed” Video

Frontman John Galm opens up about his struggles with mental illness and how he channeled it into his current project’s new album, “strength.”

July 08, 2019
Reviews
Carly Rae Jepsen, “Dedicated”

It’s fun, it’s frivolous, it’s insightful.

May 16, 2019
La Dispute’s Jordan Dreyer Talks Crystal Healing, the Impermanence of Being, and Radiohead

With “Panorama” marking the Grand Rapids emigrants’ first album in five years, Dreyer tells us what set the project into motion.

March 21, 2019
Reviews
Sir Babygirl, “Crush on Me”

Debut album “Crush on Me” explores maturity, queer identity, and how it all relates to the frosted pink, hardcore world we live in.

February 19, 2019
Adam McIlwee Talks Comics, Conspiracies, and the Wicca Phase Springs Eternal Mythology

Saturn is the center of our universe, and gothbois love it.

February 07, 2019
Reviews
Better Oblivion Community Center, “Better Oblivion Community Center”

“Better Oblivion Community Center” is a folk rock album that proves Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers to be perfect singing companions.

January 28, 2019