Articles by Tina Benitez-Eves
Bob Moses Discuss How Desire Shaped Their New Album
The electronic duo traverse the deeper, darker fringes of longing on “Desire,” their third full-length record.
Michael Stipe, Flea, and Rain Phoenix Remember River Phoenix on What Would Be His 50th Birthday
In honor of River’s birthday, his sister Rain reveals two new Aleka’s Attic tracks with the vinyl release of “Alone U Elope.”
Evann McIntosh Goes All Flintstones in “WIYULD” Video
The sixteen-year-old artist joins the ranks of Courtney Barnett, Sleater-Kinney, and Sleigh Bells with her Mom + Pop debut.
Black Thought Announces “Streams of Thought Vol. 3: Cane and Abel” Ft. Pusha T, Portugal. The Man, and More
The next chapter of The Roots co-founder’s solo series also features Killer Mike, ScHoolboy Q, and Swizz Beats.
The Front Bottoms Release New Single “montgomery forever,” Reveal New Album Details
The band’s upcoming album “In Sickness & In Flames” is due out August 21 on Fueled By Ramen.
Sonic Youth’s “Goo” Cover Gets “Rebirth” in Response to BLM, COVID-19
Raymond Pettibon’s iconic black and white illustration is getting a social makeover in time for its 30th anniversary, depicting some serious messaging and political satire.
Ghetto Kumbé Release the Ritualistic and Riveting “Tambó”
Exploring the dynamics of love, the tribal-tinged single is a glimpse into the Afrofuturist trio’s ethereal debut.
Ty Dolla $ign Drops “Ego Death” Featuring Kanye West, FKA twigs, Skrillex, and serpentwithfeet
The all-star collaboration reveals the artists’ “animated” sides and gives a first glimpse into $ign’s upcoming third album.
Hear Elliott Smith’s Previously Unreleased “Some Song” (Live at Umbra Penumbra)
The live track gives a stirring glimpse into the tortured soul of the prolific singer/songwriter
BRONSON Reach New “DAWN” with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
Breaking dawn is the point of a new beginning, a refresh, and start over. The closing track off BRONSON’s upcoming self-titled debut comes at the…
Public Enemy Remix “Fight the Power” for the BET Awards with Nas, Rapsody, and Black Thought
The penetrating rendition of the 1989 anthem reflects police brutality, Black Lives Matter protests, and the state of America.
Glass Animals: Healing in “Dreamland”
In our latest digital cover, the psych-pop quartet talk near-death experiences and their new album.
Brendan Benson Is Holding On with New Album “Dear Life”
The Raconteurs guitarist/singer reflects on his seventh solo album, his fear of dying, and preventing insanity during a lockdown.
Cavetown Wakes Up on “Sleepyhead”
Robin Skinner talks self-isolation, self-realization, and his lighthearted major-label debut.