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.
Black Star, No Fear of Time
Over 20 years since their sole album together, the latest from Yasiin Bey and Talib Kweli never reaches the skies of their debut, or the full flower of the talents of anyone involved.
Florence + the Machine, Dance Fever
The beats on Florence Welch’s fifth album are more physical than ever, and the lyrics are darkly comic—all in service to that thrilling feeling of dancing on the edge of a knife.
Cliffdiver, Exercise Your Demons
The first proper album from the punk seven-piece thrives with a sense of wild abandon and sheer joy at being alive.
The Chicago band teases their debut album with a fiery, full-throated single about romantic disappointment.
The Los Angeles musician shares a new self-directed visual ahead of his sophomore album Option Explore.
Fuzzed-out guitars and wiry synths punch up this Buffy the Vampire Slayer–inspired love song from the LA-based musician.
The Nashville-based poet and musician returns with a pair of singles off her forthcoming album due June 17 via Dear Life Records.
The London-via-New-Zealand indie rockers balance distortion and nostalgia on the title track off their upcoming third album.
The Montreal-based composer shares another entrancing cut from her sophomore album Ideas of Space.
Twin sisters Jo and Sophia Babb debut a fittingly tender visual by illustrator Gaia Esther Maria ahead of their debut album Second Day of Spring.
The Nashville-based singer and producer turns small town boredom into surf-pop abandon on his new single.
The Seattle-based songwriter will open for fellow jangle-pop favorites Ducks Ltd. later this month.
The Virginia band crafts wavy, windows-down dream-pop on their latest single.
The Brooklyn artist’s debut single is a clever, catchy homage to NYC.
The latest video from the LA-based singer and producer captures a carefree reunion in Copenhagen.
The Phoenix-based songwriter introduces subtle electronic touches on her new single.
The LA rockers share the first glimpse of a two-part project called “Paint by Numbers.”
The Philly-based artist shares a caffeinated cut from an extended version of her debut album “Chain Reaction,” due out January 11.
Foster discusses the album ahead of its new 10th anniversary reissue, nearly moving to Turkey instead of recording it, and collaborating with Taylor Swift.
The sibling duo announce their fourth full-length album with an intergalactic visual courtesy of animator Dr. Foothead and a brief Q&A with the band’s Georgia Nott.
LA indie-pop musicians Marika Justad and Toby Kuhn channel former tourmates SALES in a sunny guitar track fueled by loneliness.
LA-based songwriter Whitney Mower shares another dreamy, angelic arrangement off her forthcoming “Violet Coda” EP.
The LA-based producer debuts a dreamy dance track inspired by “this feeling of drowning during quarantine.”
Frances Priya Anczarski shares the title track from her forthcoming LP, and answers some of our questions about the project.
The Denver rock trio drops into an abandoned slaughterhouse for their new visual.
Emma Danner’s new single is a dazed, languid indie rock number about—you guessed it—getting extremely high.
The Southern California duo deliver a hazy, post-pandemic reflection in their latest single.