Articles by Tim Gagnon
Nailah Hunter on Building Fantasy Worlds Rooted in Healing
The Kali Uchis and John Carroll Kirby collaborator reclaims the witchcraft aesthetic with her soothing harp music.
Half Stack Consider Leaving California on Their Eerily Timed (But Feel-Good) “Wings of Love”
The Bay Area (for now) five-piece offer up an early stream of their new LP, out tomorrow on Forged Artifacts.
Perfume Genius Presents the Joys of Thrashing in Dirt
Mike Hadreas on his social distance-skirting vision for “Set My Heart on Fire Immediately.”
In Conversation: The Radio Dept. on 10 Years of “Clinging to a Scheme”
Johan Duncanson looks back on the Swedish duo’s shapeshifting breakthrough LP.
PREMIERE: True Body Eschew Genre and Just Write Anthems on Debut LP
Stream “Heavenly Rhythms for the Uninitiated” before its Friday release.
The Loudest Voices in the Chatroom: The Story of 100% Electronica
George Clanton, Negative Gemini, Saint Pepsi, and more recount the origins of the vaporwave label that made it big—online and off.
PREMIERE: Soft Blue Shimmer Embrace Stagnation and the Internet on “Nothing Happens Here” EP
Stream the LA dream pop band’s debut in full before its Friday release.
Summer Cannibals Make the Most of a Fresh Start on “Can’t Tell Me No”
After their fourth album dissolved along with frontperson Jessica Boudreaux’s relationship, she wrote a record about reclaiming her personality.
Asperger’s Are Us Accidentally Combine Comedy and Heart
With an HBO mini-series and a second retirement in their imminent future, the comedy troupe take us behind the scenes of their beloved act.