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20 Years After “The Big Come Up,” The Black Keys’ Hearts Are Still in Ohio

For the anniversary of the blues-rock duo’s debut record, we chatted with Patrick Carney about living up to the album’s title.

May 13, 2022
In Conversation
Kurt Vile on the Kaleidoscopic Odyssey of His Triumphant New Album“(watch my moves)”

We talked to Philly’s Constant Hitmaker about working at his new recording studio, his love for The Boss, and more.

April 14, 2022
First Listen
Emily Parrish’s “Drown” Is a Generous, Dreamy Reflection on Partnership

The Detroit-based songwriter shares her debut solo single, which was produced by Hala’s Ian Ruhala.

April 01, 2022
Mitski, Laurel Hell

“Laurel Hell” is a perfect blend of angsty, pre-2018 Mitski and the disco-leaning, stadium-shaking new self she touted four years ago.

February 03, 2022
Film + TV
John Carpenter Finds Joy in Soundtracking the Gore of “Halloween Kills”

The Master of Horror talks soundtracking the latest installment of the horror franchise he launched over 40 years ago.

October 27, 2021
In Conversation
In Conversation: Kevin Devine on Giving New Life to Old Favorites on “Matter of Time II”

The Brooklyn native discusses looking back on his shape-shifting discography and looking forward to a future full of subscription platform options for artists.

September 09, 2021
In Conversation
In Conversation: Kevin Drew Soundtracks the Beauty of Voiceless Emotions on “Influences”

The Broken Social Scene co-founder discusses his new instrumental album as K.D.A.P.

August 02, 2021
My Tree, “Where the Grace Is”

The Brooklyn duo’s second LP is a well-intentioned, slow-burn rumination on the gripes of American social and economical plight.

July 30, 2021