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 Wonder Years, The Hum Goes on Forever
The Philly punk six-piece work through the pandemic era’s toughest battles on what could go down as their masterpiece.
Sports Team, Gulp!
In spite of characteristically good songwriting, the London-based post-Britpop group’s sophomore record wraps without any substantial revelations.
Death Cab for Cutie, Asphalt Meadows
The sonic postcards and arcane references on the band’s tenth studio album are driven by a newfound curiosity, one that succeeds in stretching their best components farther than ever before.
With the album out now via Saddle Creek, John Rossiter shares the books that helped shape all eight tracks.
Recorded back in March, the live video arrives in the wake of the band’s sophomore LP Vestli.
Mourning Ritual, Seb Alvarez’s debut solo LP of experimental metal, is out October 14.
The experimental post-rock duo’s new album GOING drops October 7.
Mt. Surreal, the Swiss group’s first album in nearly a decade, arrives this Friday via Exploding in Sound.
The single arrives ahead of Kristin Slipp and Cole Kamen-Green’s debut album, expected out next year.
And in the Darkness, Hearts Glow will arrive November 18 via Sub Pop.
The doomy single arrives ahead of the Fog mastermind’s The Show Original Soundtrack LP, dropping October 7 via Lex Records.
Alexander Rieth takes us track by track through the Arizona-based post-metal band’s sophomore album.
The first single from his RCA debut, “Jesus Freak Lighter,” is now streaming.
The day before Linkous would’ve turned 60, the duo’s cover arrives ahead of their latest album You’ve Got Love (But It Even Tears You Apart).
Arriving October 21, Tristen Colby’s new EP Adore Me was mixed by JEFF the Brotherhood’s Jake Orall.
Tickets go on sale this Friday for the set of North American dates kicking off mid-November.
The wrestling-themed Exploding in Sound signees will release Hell in a Cell on October 21.
“Cement” is the first taste of the Hooded Fang vocalist’s latest solo project, out October 28 via Telephone Explosion.
The Portland-based power-pop prodigy breaks down each song on his debut for Lame-O Records.
Frahm’s piano-free new LP Music for Animals arrives September 23 via LEITER.
“To stay on tour would symbolize I was either defending or ignoring harm caused by Win Butler and to leave would imply I’m the judge and jury.”
Arriving with a music video, the track precedes the Walter Schreifels–produced project’s
October 14 release via Grand Jury.
The recent tourmates collaborate on a new track as they gear up for another set of North American dates.
Currently on tour with Pianos Become the Teeth, the Baltimore rockers set a January 2023 release date for their debut LP.
The LA-based songwriter’s album Centrifics arrives September 16 via Fire Records.
The experimental SoCal duo’s debut album About a Boy arrives September 30 via AWAL.
The new single arrives ahead of their debut album Liminal Spaces, out October 21 via Lex Records.
The first single from an EP slated for 2023 doesn’t stand for Florida State University.
Herring contributes vocals to the producer’s latest single.
The Brooklyn-based songwriter’s solo debut no roof no floor arrives October 28 on Captured Tracks.
The single will appear on the Swiss-Canadian songwriter’s forthcoming EP Velveteen, expected out October 28 on Hot Tramp Records.
Along with the track, Marlon Rabenreither announces his new LP Headlights U.S.A Parts I & II will be out September 30.
The previously out-of-print record from 2015 will feature four additional remixes upon its October 21 release via Kanine.
The Leeds-reared art-rockers return with a new track and news of a short UK tour.
Kennedy Ashlyn’s euphorically downcast new album is out now via Dais Records.
The track arrives as the duo kick off a physical excursion opening for Echo & the Bunnymen across North America.
The founding Broken Social Scene member also announces a new LP Head Full of Wonder, out November 4 via Arts & Crafts.
The indie-pop duo share 12 tracks that blur that creative line in inspirational ways.
The founding Coathangers member answers a few of our questions about her debut solo LP Derealization ahead of its September 30 release via Suicide Squeeze.
The Australian punks channel early new wave to celebrate accountability with their latest Together, Baby! single.
The Ivory Coast–born emcee also announces his debut album Water Is Styled Honey, out September 16.
Blake Fusilier’s latest project is out now via Ba Da Bing Records.
The Oakland-based group’s third album Invoke arrives September 1 via Graveface Records.
The psych-tinged garage rockers’ new album Rapscallion is out September 16 via ATO Records.
The Indian dance-rock group’s EP Is It Time to Eat the Rich Yet? is out now.
Night Beats’ Danny Lee Blackwell and ex-Los Bitchos instrumentalist Carolina Faruolo will reveal their collaborative LP October 28 via Suicide Squeeze.
The Austin psych-rock collective’s double album Wilderness of Mirrors arrives September 16 via Partisan.
The Love That’s Ours arrives September 30 via Project Melody Music.
Co-directed by comedians Patti Harrison and Alan Resnick, the video arrives ahead of Cry Sugar’s Friday release.
The duo’s new album Closure arrives September 30 via Fuzz Club.
The experimental duo’s seventh album—and first in a decade—arrives September 16.
Following a string of singles, the LA-based three-piece surprise-released their third album earlier this week.
The Atlanta-based punks will release the project September 30 via Famous Class Records.
Samira Winter and Harriette Pilbeam take on Hollywood in the video for the second track released ahead of What Kind of Blue Are You?.
Inspired by the band’s new track “Swallow,” Christine Goodwyne shares 10 more songs that use the vocal distortion tool to heighten their emotional pull.
The months’ most discourse-worthy singles, according to our Senior Editor.
The sequel to Richie Follin’s 2011 covers EP officially drops tomorrow via CGR.
The Toronto-based duo share their third single since releasing their Better Daughter EP in 2020.
Adam Turla breaks down each song on the band’s eighth album, out now.
The Virginia rapper’s album officially drops via Quiet Year tomorrow.
The playlist provides an antidote to the trio’s chaotic new album Fairy Rust, arriving this Friday via Fire Talk.
The LA-based four-piece boasting members of FIDLAR and Together Pangea will release their Human Nature EP on August 12.
The Vermont trio’s album arrives October 7 via Captured Tracks, with dates opening for Viagra Boys and Shame to follow.
With their debut album God’s Country dropping this week, the OKC noise-rock band takes us deeper into their unsettling world.
Neil Berthier’s new album At Some Point You Stop arrives this Friday.
The latest single from the West Coast trio’s forthcoming album Truthtelling arrives with a Chloe Corley remix.
The single and video arrive ahead of the punks’ first album in a decade, out August 26 via Red Scare.
The single arrives ahead of the power-pop duo’s debut album Open Up That Heart, out August 5 via Lame-O.
The track arrives with a dreamy video and news of her signing to Temporary Residence Ltd.
A visual for the breezy track arrives ahead of the EP’s September 2 release via Father/Daughter.
The lead single arrives ahead of the album’s October 7 release date via Carpark/Wax Nine.
Matthew Davidson’s new single arrives with the news of the forthcoming LP Noon, out October 21 on Keeled Scales.
The track arrives ahead of the Chicago band’s album Last Spa on Earth, out September 23 via Winspear.
With his debut LP Happening out today, John Cudlip takes things back to the ’90s with a carefully curated playlist.
The band’s Orono and Harry share how finding their place in the universe inspired each track on the band’s newly released sophomore album.
The single arrives ahead of the Winnipeg noise rockers’ eighth album NULL, out September 23 with a brief Canadian tour to follow.
The energetic single arrives ahead of the band’s Atlantic Records debut Magic Hour, which drops September 16.
Watch a full-album visualizer from the LA-based dream pop group before their new album officially drops tomorrow.
The former a collection of new songs and the latter a reissue, both projects officially drop this Friday.
The second sample from the recently announced LP Spirituals comes with a visual teaser.
The longtime collaborators’ first official joint release arrives August 12 via Domino Records.
Arriving with an equally appealing visual, the single precedes the debut album’s September 30 release date via Frenchkiss Records.
It’s the final single from the Philly group ahead of the release of their album Love the Stranger, out July 29 via Merge.
The short film unfortunately may be as close as we’ll ever get to Robinson guesting on an RXK Nephew track.
The track arrives as the latest installment of Suicide Squeeze’s Pinks and Purples singles series.
The Cathedral Bells offshoot shares another synthwave single with an ’80s-inspired lyric video.
The Philly hardcore group’s latest album Diaspora Problems is out now.
The track arrives ahead of the Brooklyn-based songwriter’s debut album, out August 19 via Kill Rock Stars.
Daniel Monkman’s collaboration-heavy EP Big Pharma is out now via Paper Bag Records.
The Swedish songwriter’s album The Space Between is due out October 21.
The Chicago-based collaborators’ newest collection of songs arrives July 29.
The Alemsah Firat–directed visual arrives between the rapper’s recent Smoking Gun LP and his US tour.
The closing track to the Leeds post-punks’ The Overload LP gets embellished by a fan.
With six songs added to the original tracklist, the OST is also available to pre-order in physical formats.
The track arrives with the reveal of Elfman’s Bigger. Messier., an album of the composer’s songs reworked and remixed as collaborations.
The sprawling slacker jam arrives ahead of the Chicago group’s album 5-3-8, out August 26 on Innovative Leisure.
The prolific (to put it mildly) rockers’ second album of 2022, Tremblers and Goggles by Rank, arrives July 1.
The ex-Priests vocalist’s own debut collection of unhinged sounds, Barbarism, is out now.
Madeline Link’s stripped-back EP WOAH arrives July 8 via Fire Talk.
With their dystopian sci-fi opus Excess out now, the trio shares 10 tracks that match its energy.
A Foul Form, the shapeshifting band’s latest foray into lo-fi punk, arrives August 12 via Castle Face.
From Code Orange to Mac Miller, vocalist Sam Treber names 10 fellow Steel City acts that inspire the band ahead of their new album Every Moment of Every Day.