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.
Mother Mother, Grief Chapter
A powerful meditation on the real nature of death, their ninth album demonstrates that the Vancouver five-piece hasn’t settled into anything even remotely routine.
Fucked Up, The Chemistry of Common Life: Revisionist History
The Canadian punks’ Polaris-winning sophomore LP proved that hardcore could stray outside of its traditionally narrow confines without sacrificing the band’s reputation within the genre.
Friko, Where we’ve been, Where we go from here
Fueled by the same raw and unfiltered emotional gravitas that haunted Bright Eyes’ early recordings, the Chicago duo’s lush debut draws you into a rich, layered world.
The petition is asking the festival to “think about the people that could die because of this.”
These Wallabees honor Raekwon’s solo debut.
Four hours with the band and a certain ThinkGeek product was all it took to push a tour manager to the brink of madness.
Combs reveals the video with news of an album, “Ideal Man,” coming this fall.
The Radiohead frontman is returning for more shows in the fall.
Harvey has released a new song she wrote for “The Virtues” soundtrack.
Trent Reznor makes the most of Miley Cyrus’ turn on the Netflix series.
Catch the 1979 classic on July 25 and July 30 at select theaters.
The makeup giant is having a company-wide shutdown to address racial profiling.
“Beneath the Eyrie” will be the band’s eighth full-length studio effort.
The melancholic Danes give classic synth-pop a twirl on their new eight-track LP.
Superstar chefs Eric Ripert and José Andrés have declared a special day in June dedicated to the legendary foodie.
The Tame Impala frontman continues to expand his musical reach with the new pop collaboration “Find U Again.”
The Blur and Gorillaz frontman revives one of his many projects with a bouncy dance tune idea for summer beach parties.
“Here we are in Los Angeles, a desert, ping-ponging between drought and El Niño.”
His band soldiered through “Rockin’ in the Free World” after the local curfew cut them off.
The Scots shared their latest tune at the North Music Festival in Portugal.
“Listen to Their No” and “Soniamode (Aditya Game Version)” arrive ahead of the full-length set for a fall release.
The legendary lothario’s enduring relationship with Marianne Ihlen is chronicled in the new film from Nick Broomfield.
The Manchester fest’s iconic entrance arch has been destroyed in a controlled fire.