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.
Kylie Minogue, Tension
The electropop trailblazer’s 16th LP reignites her commitment to small reinventions in order to suit the modern pop landscape.
Vagabon, Sorry I Haven’t Called
Lætitia Tamko uses her third LP to process all of the mournfulness and ecstasy, excess and ennui of the past four years using the sounds she found in her escapes to nightclubs to cope.
The Singaporean songwriter and producer diverges from the predominantly gitchy stylings of their previous release and explores heavenly sounding guitar-based melodies.
The band’s self-titled third album will arrive on October 27.
Youngs also walks us through each track on the project, which officially drops tomorrow via Yep Roc.
The track was produced by Gorillaz’s Remi Kabaka Jr.
The 30th anniversary reissue of Last Splash arrives this Friday via 4AD.
Her forthcoming tour will kick off on October 17 in Washington DC.
Natalie Mering’s tour will continue on September 27 in San Francisco.
The duo’s second album this year will be released on November 17 via True Panther Sounds.
The track arrives via Crumb Records.
Other stars with items to bid on include the cast of Bob’s Burgers, Lena Dunham, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, Natasha Lyonne, Spike Jonze, John Lithgow, and “Weird Al.”
Out November 10, the album features billy woods, Hanni El Khatib, and more.
With this LP of lovesick twangers, the art-pop-architect-turned-country-balladeer sounds deeply interested in untangling the nuances and geometry of relationships.
The supergroup’s debut album Los Angeles will arrive on November 3.
The new track, along with A-side “Vampire Empire,” will be released as a physical 7-inch on October 20 via 4AD.
Lætitia Tamko’s third LP Sorry I Haven’t Called is out this Friday via Nonesuch Records.
Chan Marshall shares her takes on “Ballad of a Thin Man” and “She Belongs to Me” ahead of the November 10 release of Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert.
The New York-based artist’s new album H.T. III is out on September 20 via POW Recordings.
The London-based songwriter’s record is out now via Daptone.
The North Carolina–based songwriter discusses his new LP The King, which shapes old demos into a cohesive narrative singularly soundtracked by guitar.
Ahead of the release of his solo debut this Friday, the drummer and composer shares 11 tracks—within the realm of jazz and beyond—that inspired him.
The Nigerian hip-house songwriter discusses her debut album pain/pleasure, a sparkling testament to the power of perseverance.
The project was originally set to arrive tomorrow, September 1.
On his major label debut, the Indiana-raised artist is confident, heartbroken, and positively raging over some of the best pop-rap crossover beats you’ll ever hear.
The duo have also announced their sixth album, God Games, which is out on October 27 via Domino Records.
Zach Condon’s new album will be released on November 10 via his own Pompeii Records.
The track will be featured on Jeffrey Paradise’s forthcoming album Blame It All on Love.
The screenings are set for September 7 in movie theaters across the globe—a week before The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We officially drops.
Daniel Lopatin’s new album Again will arrive on September 29 via Warp Records.
The LA-based alt-R&B musician talks working with Raveena, Paris Texas, Erik Bodin of Little Dragon, and more on his follow-up to 2021’s Valencia.
We spoke with Kirby about her first track released through her new label home of ANTI- Records.
With the LP out now via Sacred Bones, Chrystia Cabral shares the origins of both the original tracks from her first three records and their re-recordings.
The comedian, writer, and former Daily Show correspondent shares how everything from field recordings to the local deli inspired his pop-rap LP, out today via Interscope.
The “drivers license” singer will release the new LP on September 8.
Sarah Tudzin is featured on the song “Igyah Kah” from the new Disney+ series Ahsoka.
The concert will take place on Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7 at West Potomac Park on the National Mall.
The latest project from Daniel Lopatin will arrive on September 29 via Warp Records.
With his debut LP i care so much that i dont care at all out now, Ash (you can call him that, it’s OK) discusses staying true to himself while becoming a public figure.
Savage’s second solo album will be released on October 6 via Rough Trade.
In addition to the Taylor Swift Cover, the project will also feature Sophie Allison taking on R.E.M., Pavement, and more.
L’Orange’s psych-leaning beats offer the perfect playground for Ortiz to remind listeners he’s one of the best bar-for-bar emcees in the game on this reinterpretation of his 2021 LP Autograph.
The viral songwriter’s debut EP will arrive on September 29.
The new album will be released on October 27 via ATO Records.
The 17-date tour will hit arenas around the world.
The Cleveland emcee’s new album 66689 BLVD Prequel is out September 15 via Closed Sessions.
Along with releasing three new tracks, Jean will support Trippie Redd on his massive fall headlining arena tour.
Jonathan Demme’s film will be shown in a brand new 4K restoration helmed by A24.
The group is currently gearing up to embark upon its co-headlining tour with Ben Gibbard’s other band, The Postal Service.
Jonny Pierce’s new project is set to arrive on October 13 via ANTI- Records.
Jack Tatum’s project will share the new LP on October 27 via Captured Tracks.
The songwriter and former Ponytail guitarist shares a handful of eclectic reference points for his latest LP, out now via Hausu Mountain.
The label shares a demo of “Lowlife” ahead of the best-of collection’s October 6 release.
The band is gearing up for a European and UK tour.
The two-part EP is a heady concept record fueled by nostalgia which manages to sound at once indebted to its influences and like nothing else in rap.
These are Michael Gordon’s first tracks since 2020.
The bassist and songwriter’s newly announced album of the same name will arrive on October 6, courtesy of the artist’s own Wilkes Records.
The new LP from Jilian Medford will arrive on November 3 via Polyvinyl.
The playlist features songs from Big Thief, Brian Eno, HAIM, and more.
The producer took to Instagram to share that the record will be out this fall, as well as to tease an imminent single and upcoming live dates.
Natalie Mering’s In Holy Flux tour resumes on August 14 when she’ll support The Strokes at Red Rocks.
Produced by FaltyDL, the project is out September 22 via Transgressive.
The band’s new album Silver is out September 29 via Karma Chief/Colemine.
The new album from the departed legend will arrive on September 8 via ANTI- Records.
The new album from songwriter João Rocha is out September 1 via Innovative Leisure.
Originally formed as a cathartic escape for three former child actors, Jadagrace, SWIM, and TJOnline talk making the kind of music they want to hear.
Ryan and K Hover discuss the deluxe version of their cult-classic record, expectations, and looking back on the LP 10 years on.
The song is featured in the forthcoming film Heart of Stone, which is out on August 11.
The band has also announced a Queens Colosseum pre-show event in Toronto on August 4.
The duo’s album is finally seeing the light of day with an August 25 release via Lex Records.
The Chicago post-hardcore icons’ run of dates kicks off August 9 in Indianapolis with Upper Wilds.
The project will arrive on October 20 via Ninja Tune/Counter Records.
billy woods and ELUCID’s new album We Buy Diabetic Test Strips is out on September 29 via Fat Possum Records.
The limited-edition release arrives ahead of Thundercat’s In Yo Girl’s City tour.
The band’s new album The Death of Randy Fitzsimmons is out on August 11.
The tribute album A Song For Leon is out September 8 via Primary Wave Music.
Produced by Cate Le Bon, the LP marks their first work with an outside collaborator since 2007’s Sky Blue Sky.
The LA-based producer’s new album Gravity will arrive on September 8 via Friends of Friends.
Inspired in part by heartbreak and a move from Ontario to LA, the alt-R&B artist’s fourth album is out now via Hyperdub.
The book will be released on Questlove’s new Macmillan imprint, AUWA Books.
Sophie Allison is playing at Forest Hills Stadium in New York tonight with Maggie Rogers.
The NYC-based songwriter’s fourth album uses little moments of heartbreak for propulsion, with this momentum giving the album its sturdy bones.
The band’s follow-up to last year’s Time Skiffs will arrive on September 29 via Domino Records.
The band’s new album Mommy will arrive on August 25.
“The Rabbi” and “The Swan” arrive less than a week after the band’s new LP.
The album, which features Junglepussy, Soul Glo vocalist Pierce Jordan, Moor Mother, and more, is out September 29.
The band has announced release events for the singles in NYC and LA featuring exclusive merch pop-ups at both.
Youngs’ new LP Avalanche will arrive on September 22 via Yep Roc Records.
Her solo run kicks off September 4 in Washington, D.C.
Sacred Bones’ era-spanning archival collection Journey to the Moon and Beyond highlights the joy of creation as the throughline in the synth pioneer’s career.
Lætitia Tamko’s new album Sorry I Haven’t Called is out September 15 via Nonesuch Records.
The visual and track pay homage to a dearly departed turtle.
Sarah Tuzdin is also set to open for boygenius on their forthcoming tour.
The single will appear alongside another new track, “Born For Loving You,” on a 7-inch dropping October 20 via 4AD.
Young’s performance at the famed 500-capacity venue is set for September 20 as a part of a series of Roxy50 honors and events this fall.
Jon Jasper-Lawless has co-produced tracks with Joji, Daniela Andrade, Gia Margaret, and more.
everything is alive will arrive on September 1 via Dead Oceans.
After the news went viral on TikTok, Universal Music Group is offering refunds on the defective LPs.
The Bikini Kill vocalist’s memoir will arrive on May 14.
The duo’s new collaborative album Decay will arrive on July 21 via Backwoodz Studioz.
Owusu is gearing up for a North American fall headlining tour, which will follow his spring run supporting Paramore.
Jonny Pierce’s sixth album will arrive on October 13 via ANTI- Records.