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.
HEALTH, RAT WARS
The group’s fifth album continues to solidify their goth-industrial aesthetic while remaining first and foremost a pop album—albeit one wrapped in leather and spikes.
DJ Rashad, Double Cup [10th Anniversary Reissue]
Packaged with new artwork and a single bonus track, the main argument for this reissue’s existence is introducing Rashad to a new generation of dance, rap, electro, house, juke, and, yes, footwork fans.
Peter Gabriel, i/o
The broadly poetic tales of ordinary madness on the Genesis co-founder’s first LP of new original material in over two decades are often spare and daringly melodic.
The debut LP from the Brooklyn rockers is made with care and precision—it’s as much about the spaces between the songs as it is about the songs themselves.
The hyper-political Chicago hardcore outfit’s second post-reunion record is marked by a restlessness so powerful you can almost hear the effects of systemic oppression within its songs.
The Rochester punks share a new track alongside the news of their SideOneDummy debut My Life in Subtitles arriving March 22.
Newly remastered and packaged with a rare 1999 live performance, the alt-rock icons’ debut record as a trio remains perfectly in tune with the world—both musically and lyrically.
The heartland-punks’ first record in nine years takes influence from both before their hiatus and from vocalist Brian Fallon’s recent solo work, though never in any predictable fashion.
The queer-pop sibling duo’s debut album Continue? arrives December 1.
The Scranton punks mostly nail the balance between nostalgia and pure emotion on their seventh LP, if occasionally coming across as Menzingers-by-numbers.
In lieu of the soft folk sound Elliott Smith came to be known for, this collection of rarities from his mid-’90s band harnesses punk and grunge while embracing the recklessness of youth.
The LA metal quartet’s third album Thrones lands October 13 via RidingEasy Records.
The new project featuring Farside’s Popeye Vogelsang and members of Don’t Sleep will release November 10 via Revelation Records.
The Phoenix-based songwriter puts her songwriting personality front and center on her sophomore record, once again writing about heartache for all the right reasons.
The NOFX vocalist previews his surprisingly beautiful collection of string arrangements in collaboration with Baz the Frenchman before the LP officially drops this Friday.
With new reissues of Swordfishtrombones, Rain Dogs, and Franks Wild Years out now, we revisit the songwriting icon’s mid-career run when he leaned into his eccentricities—and changed the course of his career as a result.
Former Cymbals Eat Guitars vocalist Joseph D’Agostino’s second album with the project arrives November 3 via Get Better Records (and Tough Love Recs in the UK).
Charlotte McCaslin goes deep on a record about coming to terms with being a living thing in a dying world.
Exasperation drummer Dave Mead’s debut solo LP Speaking Terms will arrive October 10.
Murray Macleod takes us track by track through the Brighton punks’ journey of self-rediscovery, which is out now via UNFD.
The Boston-based quartet’s debut album I Think About It All the Time lands October 13 via Equal Vision Records.
On their first record in 11 years, the Swedish garage-rock revivalists have as much gusto, energy, and attitude as they did on their 1997 debut.
Takiaya Reed discusses how the joy of creation adds a personal layer to the anti-colonialist drone-metal project’s mission statement.