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.
Alison Goldfrapp, The Love Invention
The Goldfrapp vocalist is bound for the dancefloor on her debut solo outing.
AJJ, Disposable Everything
The Phoenix folk-punks’ eighth LP feels more post-/mid-apocalyptic than foreshadowing of it while maintaining the band’s wonderful mix of pathos and humor.
On their ninth album, the Malian outfit moves further through their exploratory desert-blues aesthetic by interlocking their groove with the sounds of American country music.
Scott T. Sterling
Watch a vintage video of Bowie talking to reporters after his March 1976 arraignment.
Thom Yorke and company promise not to save any of your information in the process.
The OutKast rapper posted the recipe in support of Meals on Wheels Atlanta.
In a year unlike any other, music of the past was eerily present (and prescient).
Tyler, the Creator and Tinashe guest on the Compton artist’s reaction to, well, everything.
The shell of a Nine Inch Nails synth and Eddie Van Halen’s axe also found new homes.
Foo Fighters and Mexican eatery Casa Vega are collaborating to help local restaurant workers.
Cave chooses artistic integrity over listener sensitivity.
Head into the weekend with the new collab, as well as a new single from Local Natives’ Kelcey Ayer.
Along with announcing the event’s lineup, Danny shares a video for the “uknowhatimsayin¿” single “Savage Nomad.”
The country icon invested $1 million into saving lives.
The Austin-based guitarist used the moment to make a powerful Black Lives Matter statement.
Groups like The Specials, The Beat, and The Selector are remembered in a yet-to-be-titled series from “Peaky Blinders” writer Steven Knight.
Because Bowie died before the gift was sent, the eerily prescient painting now hangs in Butler’s bedroom.
Janelle Monáe’s new alter ego has us buzzing with questions.
Artists across the country are mobilizing voters to help keep democracy alive.
The live music scene is alive and well in Houston, apparently.
Gibbs reveals a special Halloween day pop-up event in Los Angeles.
Marc Maron appears as the one music exec who believes in a pre-Ziggy Bowie.
It’s the second single from the band’s upcoming album, “Genesis.”
The track will arrive on 10-inch vinyl with a set of custom playing cards.
Billy Corgan and company plan to take the sequel on the road next year.
Cyrus also shared how Wayne Coyne inspired her to be a more reckless artist in a recent interview.
The track originally appeared as a picture disc for Record Store Day last month.
The performances will take place this weekend in 26 independent music venues across America.
“Honor Her Wish” celebrated the legacy of the trailblazing Supreme Court Justice.
The footage is from the new award-winning documentary “White Riot,” about the U.K.’s Rock Against Racism movement.
Honor Her Wish will unite artists and politicians fighting to honor RBG’s dying wish that her seat be filled after the inauguration next January.
Tainy is on the beat for this steamy post-summer make-out anthem.
“Crying in H Mart” is set for release on April 20 via Knopf Publishing.
The singer’s first solo song was revealed on Annie Mac’s U.K. radio show.
“Kiwanuka” beat out releases from Dua Lipa, Charli XCX, Stormzy, and others.
Late ’70s Britain looked a lot like current-day America—but punk rock helped save the day.
In a very 2020 turn of events, Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance just might make a record with it.
The original version was recorded at the Madonna Inn in San Luis Obispo, California.
The film juxtaposes West African imagery and Gordon Parks–styled photography to reflect the rapper’s rebirth as a resident of Chicago.
Courtney comes with Lip Smackers, Care Bare pajamas, and a mom running for mayor.
The clip features Caleb Bonney and Stephen Ojo, most recently seen in Beyoncé’s “Black Is King.”
Third Man comp “Southeast of Saturn” remembers the Motor City’s vibrant shoegaze era.
The Sri Lankan rapper/vocalist casually quotes Beth Ditto and Gossip.
Echoes of David Sylvian, Rhye and the streets of Berlin linger in the minimal track.
Artist Cassius K1ng got the ultimate approval from the Reverend himself.
The single from new album “Edge of the Horizon” features house legend Todd Edwards.
Also on the docket: a collection of love letters written by a 16-year-old Tupac Shakur.
Black Book Gallery in Colorado will feature works by Shepard Fairey, CYCLE, and Chuck D himself.
The collaboration with NASA and SETI is a truly interstellar affair.
A Song for Joe will include never-before-seen live footage of the late Clash singer.
The “WAP” star interviewed the self-proclaimed “Joey B” via Zoom.
The duo return with a cover of the Willie Nelson classic.
The fourth annual run/walk moves from Akron to social media.
The gorgeous animated video is the latest advance from the forthcoming studio effort, “Lindé.”
She calls the cover “the last of the self serenades.”
Kevin Parker takes control of your screen with this splashy color-soaked visual.
The punk legends join Bowie, Iron Maiden, and Metallica in the Rock Saws collection.
The artist has united with sex worker–led organizations SWARM, Lysistrata, and East London Strippers Collective in the effort.
The actor/producer opened up to Variety about the lengths he went to secure “Cloudbusting” for the movie.
The performance was in support of Chassagne’s KANPE Foundation.
Black Thought has shared an emotional tribute on Instagram.
Neil Young is considering slapping Trump with a lawsuit over the practice.
Hayley Williams of Paramore and CHVRCHES singer Lauren Mayberry are part of the party.
For fans of The Cure waiting patiently for the new album, Roger O’Donnell says just hold onto your eyeliner.
It’s the latest look from the band’s 2020 LP, “Healer”
It’s the second single from the new album, which is due this fall.
The vinyl figure is being released in time for [email protected] 2020.
The Pearl Jam frontman joined the band onstage in Seattle back in June 2014.
Will Butler offers up a progress report on the follow-up to “Everything Now.”
The Staten Island rap legends are the latest to hop on the platform during the ongoing pandemic.
The movement benefits vulnerable communities and organizations being devastated by COVID-19.
The eclectic songwriter celebrates a half-century with a stellar remix from the Houston trio.
The movie is a collaboration with Showtime Documentary Films.
Hines is finishing his debut mixtape, “Portal One: The Mixtape,” for release in August.
The colorful explosion of Black love in America 2020 makes an emotional and poignant statement over 4th of July weekend.
Los Angeles beat master Madlib serves up a quiet storm for the Brooklyn rapper’s cool summer rhymes.
The electric take on the Robyn classic is from a SiriusXM session earlier this year.
Abel Tesfaye has given big bucks to frontline hospital workers and MusiCares.
The Takashi Murakami–created show comes with a character best described as a sexy Transformer’s take on Groot.
Activists Emma González and dream hampton are among the luminaries set to appear.
The brothers in weed are reconvening to help heal race relations in America.
“I’m a Virgo” will star Jharrel Jerome of “When They See Us” and “Moonlight.”
Bandcamp’s NAACP fundraiser runs all day tomorrow in honor of Juneteenth.
“Twitter didn’t pay me to say this,” she promises in the song’s lyrics.
All proceeds from the “Masters of Reality”–styled shirts will go directly to BLM.
Todrick Hall, Shangela, Kim Petras, Cameron Esposito, and more will join the ten-day celebration.
The publication launched in 1974 and covered the progressive end of rock until 1984.
See where your favorite music movies rank, according to Rotten Tomatoes.
The famous U.K. record label that launched Björk read the room and changed its name.
Butler confirmed the cameo in an Instagram Live post.
The rapper was criticized for using the movement to stage a music video for his track “FTP.”
The track was inspired by ESPN’s new “30 for 30” doc on the martial arts icon.
Maynard James Keenan and company do the right thing and call the whole thing off.
New tracks and old favorites soundtrack this pivotal moment in American history.
Members of his band, special guests, and fans look back at new millennium Prince.
The legal document is going for $10 million as part of Claire Boucher’s first online art show.
It’s the first track from their collaborative EP, “Squalor”
The two groups first performed the version on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” prior to the pandemic.
Proceeds from hand sanitizer, t-shirts, and food bowls go to Ottawa charities fighting COVID-19.
The latest episode of HTBAR (How to Build a Relationship) is here.
The new song from the Texas native explores the darker side of Americana.
The virus-repelling merch is unveiled on the eve of Freedom of Choice’s 40th anniversary.