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.
Bob Dylan, The Bootleg Series Vol. 17: Fragments – Time Out of Mind Sessions: 1996-1997
On the series’ 17th installment, listeners are transported to the sound of desire, a Dylan reconnecting and reconnoitering with a curt and surly muse.
Bass Drum of Death, Say I Won’t
The Mississippi garage rockers move past lo-fi toward a more soulful and power-chord heavy sound on their Patrick Carney–produced fifth album.
Lil Yachty, Let’s Start Here.
The Atlanta rapper has taken up the mantle of prog-psychedelic, live-band hip-hop, and the results are as outwardly wily and avant-garde as they are insular and introspective.
Looking back on a specific category of mediocre indie film that seemed to thrive in the aughts parallel to the shuttered retailer.
Janet Weiss shares 10 tracks that have found their way into the duo’s DNA from the very beginning.
The Chicago post-punk trio announces their new album Still Life in Decay will arrive April 7 via Trouble in Mind.
Noel Heroux shares what’s next for the project as their 2011 LP gets its first vinyl reissue.
Christopher Patrick Gregory’s takes on Sisters of Mercy, Killing Joke, and The Rapture officially drops tomorrow.
The epic single arrives ahead of the Australian group’s kind-of covers EP Submersive Behaviour, out tomorrow via Joyful Noise.
The months’ most discourse-worthy singles, according to our Senior Editor.
Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready helped with arrangements on the track.
Jennifer Williams’ new album Mountain Misery arrives February 24 via Anxiety Blanket Records.
The track’s music video teases the US dates kicking off in mid-February with footage from the band’s November set in Toronto.
The Gulliver’s Travels–by-way-of-hell visual arrives ahead of the songwriter’s newly announced LP and tour.
The rapper’s new album takes a full-on pivot to space rock, neo-psych, and funk.
Kyle Thomas’ botanical fifth LP—co-written and co-produced by SASAMI—is out now via Sub Pop.
The single follows the NYC trio’s self-titled debut, produced by The Lemon Twigs.
The collab-heavy second LP from Full of Hell’s Dylan Walker and The Body’s Lee Buford reflects the subtler shades of terror present in living beyond the apocalypse prophesied in their debut.
It’s the first new music from both bedroom shoegaze artists this year.
The East Coast emcee takes us through the themes of purpose, decision-making, and vulnerability that brought him back into the studio for his first LP in six years.
The Louisville-based punks bring ACAB energy to their latest track.
The first wave of artists announced for the Austin-based festival also includes Lil Ugly Mane, Have a Nice Life, and Chat Pile.
The track arrives with details on Strange Strangers, Church’s second solo LP set for release on April 7 via Felte Records.
Billy Idol, Love and Rockets, and The Human League are also scheduled to perform at the Pasadena-set fest scheduled for May 20.
The 19-stop run will feature Japanese Breakfast, Jenny Lewis, and Weyes Blood as openers on select dates.
The 10-minute film arrives alongside the electronic artist’s debut EP.
The Toronto rock collective’s fourth album—featuring contributions from Spencer Krug and Kevin Drew—is out now via Six Shooter Records.
The Denver-based metal group’s debut LP Living Without drops March 24 via Silent Pendulum.
Peanut, the debut solo release from one half of The Mattson 2, arrives March 31 via Toro y Moi’s Company Records.
Tom Morris’ new record Steel Country arrives February 24 via Julia’s War Recordings.
The DC-based lo-fi punks share their first new material since 2017’s Devil Vision EP.
The full session teasing the songwriter’s upcoming Semblance tour drops later today.
The Montreal-based lo-fi project’s sophomore album Glossover arrives February 10 via Friends of Friends.
Bonnie Bloomgarden talks us through the single from the band’s forthcoming album Island in the Sky and its darkly surreal Arturo Baston–directed video.
The full lineup was revealed today, which also includes Gorillaz, Rosalía, Björk, and many more.
The acoustic take arrives ahead of the Minneapolis-based group’s 10th anniversary reissue of their debut EP of the same name.
The Scottish experimental trio’s fourth album Heavy Heavy arrives February 3 via Ninja Tune.
The 20th anniversary reissue features a MONO remix on red and white LPs and demos, as well as a supplementary DVD and 28-page booklet.
The track announces their ninth studio album Continue as a Guest, as well as their signing to Merge Records.
The Danish quintet’s album Keep Up the Good Work arrives February 17 via Bella Union.
The electro-industrial songwriter shares lead single “So Hard to Tell” ahead of the record’s March 24 release.
*Squinting at a 240p Polyphonic Spree live video* Is that Annie Clark?
The song arrives ahead of the Swedish group’s new LP Flicker, out March 17 via Fire Records.
The year’s most discourse-worthy records, according to our Senior Editor.
The Chicago-based artist shares the first cut from Side B of his new project Then Spring.
El Bueno y el Malo, the duo’s first LP for Easy Eye Sound, arrived back in October.
The LA-based alt-rockers have more new music planned for 2023 in addition to a West Coast tour alongside FIDLAR.
The shoegaze collective shares that their new album Happy in Here will arrive February 3 via Honey Suckle Sound.
The track aims to raise funds for a pair of DIY skateparks in Dayton, Ohio.
The GRAMMY-nominated saxophonist shares a few thematic influences ahead of the release of The Universe’s Wildest Dream on January 13.
The Chicago group shares the opening track from their fourth LP MOCK, out this Friday.
13 tracks to play around the Chrismos tree.
Former Craft Spells touring drummer Peter Michel’s new EP is set to be released on January 13.
From Duster and The Microphones to Björk and Caroline Polachek, Ben Lasky shares what songs shaped the surreal world of his second LP.
The months’ most discourse-worthy singles, according to our Senior Editor.
Following a pair of EPs released earlier this year, the space-rockers’ new album will arrive in February.
Victoria Rose and Stone Filipczak also announce that their debut album Mind Palace Music will be out February 17 via Carpark Records.
The track featuring Gregory Pepper, AWOL One, and Ceschi appeared on the producer’s Time Invested II LP released earlier this year.
While we continue to anticipate Quaranta, the rapper’s given us plenty to be thankful for since August.
The track arrives with news of the Cleveland group’s debut album Caretaker, arriving January 27 via Just Because Records.
The Scoopay-featuring track arrives with the announcement of the OKC rapper’s new EP Good, out December 16.
Nicolle Maroulis shares how industry burnout—and Buffy the Vampire Slayer—inspired them to go brvtal.
Along with an early stream of the full album, Augusta Koch breaks down the second album from her post-Cayetana project track by track.
With their genre-defying self-titled debut LP dropping this Friday, Yuga Cohler, Johan Lenox, and Ellen Reid share their favorite hip-hop tracks, classical compositions, and everything in between.
The full list of nominees was announced today ahead of the 65th annual award show scheduled to take place February 5.
The track precedes a new album of the same name planned for release on March 3 via Kill Rock Stars.
The country ballad comes from the Californian songwriter’s forthcoming Giant LP, arriving February 10 via Innovative Leisure and Calico Discos.
From Dream Wife to Midwife, we’re sorting through another new trend in band naming.
The comedian has been teasing the project at recent live shows, including our SXSW showcase earlier this year.
The single opened the LA-based group’s Human Nature EP, released back in August.
Rainn Wilson has (unofficially) changed his name leading up to the COP27 summit in Egypt this week.
Latrell James and Rain’s debut collection of collaborations arrives December 13 via Echo Finch.
It’s Hataałiinez Wheeler’s second single for Dangerbird Records’ Microdose Single Series.
The London-based ambient techno artist’s new LP is out now via Mute.
The track comes from DJ Sun’s new LP Loveletter which arrived last Friday.
Band leader Jess Shoman breaks down each track on their sophomore record, out now via Keeled Scales.
The Akron/Family offshoot’s third album Experiments in Plant Based Music Vol. 1 arrives today via Everloving Records.
The record officially drops tomorrow via San Fermin’s Better Company Records and The Orchard.
Journalist Lizzy Goodman discusses the new documentary adaptation of her 2017 oral history of the scene, and how the stories it follows are much more timeless than they may appear to be.
The remix arrives alongside a video for the original version of the single from Plato’s recent LP The Devil Has Texas.
The musician and comedian’s new single arrives via Anxiety Blanket Records.
Severance’s Britt Lower stars in the visual from the band’s new album Cool It Down.
The Austin neo-soul outfit pushes further into the realm of hip-hop on their new collaborative single.
The indie-pop duo’s sophomore LP All You Need Is Time arrives tomorrow.
From Young Thug to PinkPanthress to Quelle Chris, the Charlotte-based emcee shares 20 songs that influenced his second record.
“Freaks” arrives ahead of the Atlanta songwriter’s debut EP Monstar, dropping November 11 via KRO.
Best Friend, the debut LP from the Maggie Rogers and SZA collaborator, arrives November 11.
The track arrives with news of the London-based post-punks’ debut album Dead Meat, which arrives January 27 via Trouble in Mind.
The songwriter’s sophomore LP This Is a Good Sign arrives November 4 via illuminati hotties’ Snack Shack Tracks label.
The Grand Rapids–based songwriter’s new record Rainbow Music arrives November 4 via Winspear.
The track will appear on the LA dream pop group’s forthcoming debut album Little Stories.
It’s the title track from Museum Mouth vocalist Karl Kuehn’s debut solo EP, arriving next Friday.
The track arrives ahead of a new double-single from Justin Sullivan, as well as a UK tour alongside Widowspeak next month.
The ballad of Michael Myers arrives ahead of the group’s EP of the same name, out October 28 via Suicide Squeeze.
The Leeds’ noise-rockers’ first release since 2020’s Fantastic Man arrives November 18 via Exploding in Sound.
With his latest LP out today via Sunday Best, the British songwriter lists 13 tracks that inspired him, ranging from Andy Shauf to Maxo Kream.
John Ross takes us track by track through the collaboration-heavy new LP, out now via Royal Mountain Records.
Out now, Cerrone by Cerrone compiles 16 familiar tracks remodified and remixed.
The Tacoma grunge-rockers’ nostalgic debut album Save the Baby arrives this week via Luminelle Recordings.
The songwriter shares another early look at her unannounced album slated for 2023.
The Atlanta-based songwriter’s EP Checking for Daggers arrives October 21.
The Vancouver-based experimental rockers’ new album Circuitous arrives October 28 via Flemish Eye.