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.
The Icelandic songwriter, producer, and vocalist’s first album in five years sees her pulling up her own roots, replanting them, and cajoling them to blossom colorfully anew.
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There’s a real darkness holding the quiet hush of the Brooklyn-based duo’s debut full-length together, which reveals a deep pain and trauma if you pay attention.
The eighth studio album from the alt-rock vets mostly sticks to its promise of bigger, bolder tracks, providing a handful of fluttering highs among their near-four-decade discography.
The English rockers will perform the second single from their forthcoming LP The Car on The Tonight Show this evening.
The actor and songwriter’s third album arrives November 4 on Sacred Bones.
The band’s long-awaited sixth album of the same name is set to follow on February 10 via Atlantic Records.
Electronic composer The Angel collaborates with the legendary rapper on a reworked track from her 1999 EP Give Me Your Love.
The Brooklyn synth-pop trio are embarking on a world tour later this year.
The songwriter’s sophomore album is set to arrive on January 27 via Grand Jury.
The latest track from the Canadian duo’s 11th studio album Crybaby was inspired by Dehd and New Order.
The exhibition will coincide with the band’s four sold-out concerts in Brooklyn.
With the album out now via Sacred Bones, Luis Vasquez shares the emotions that catalyzed all 11 tracks.
One of the Netflix sensation’s most infamous landmarks can now be yours.
The Charlatans’ singer-songwriter breaks down all 22 tracks on his sixth solo record.
The LA-based folk singer is also heading out on the road this fall with Field Medic.
The dream pop band also releases cheeky ode to reply guys with new song “Very Online Guy”
Before taking the stage in San Diego this weekend, the French pop sextet share a dozen songs to help you get amped for the festival
The Isle of Wight duo also announced four headlining dates in New York in December.
The Swedish quartet’s debut EP is due out in February 2023
The band’s twelfth album, ATUM, arrives in three parts over the next six months
The band is currently in the midst of their first US tour.
The prolific composer’s remastered solo debut Meaningless arrives October 21.
Max Kakacek and Julien Ehrlich discuss the “no-rules situation” their experimental third LP was born within.
The track from Local Natives’ Kelcey Ayer precedes his sophomore album, Second Life.
In our latest digital cover story, we catch up with the Irish post-punk quintet before their upcoming US tour dates, including Primavera Sound in Los Angeles.
Along with sharing a video for “Sweet Tooth,” the second single ahead of her sophomore record Moss, the NYC polymath discusses how she’s been navigating her mid-20s in pandemic America.
A personal glimpse at how the songwriter’s 2012 art-pop record has emerged as a self-acceptance anthem 10 years down the road.
With their debut LP Versions of Modern Performance out now, the band shares how the intersection of art and music has galvanized them.
For the anniversary of the blues-rock duo’s debut record, we chatted with Patrick Carney about living up to the album’s title.
We talked to Philly’s Constant Hitmaker about working at his new recording studio, his love for The Boss, and more.
The Detroit-based songwriter shares her debut solo single, which was produced by Hala’s Ian Ruhala.
“Laurel Hell” is a perfect blend of angsty, pre-2018 Mitski and the disco-leaning, stadium-shaking new self she touted four years ago.
The Master of Horror talks soundtracking the latest installment of the horror franchise he launched over 40 years ago.
The Brooklyn native discusses looking back on his shape-shifting discography and looking forward to a future full of subscription platform options for artists.
The Broken Social Scene co-founder discusses his new instrumental album as K.D.A.P.
The Brooklyn duo’s second LP is a well-intentioned, slow-burn rumination on the gripes of American social and economical plight.