Shura Makes Love Songs To Last “Forevher”

The British songwriter recounts a chance meeting at a Marfa Dairy Queen and other inspirations for her sophomore album.

I Want to Hear You Scream: Uniform’s Michael Berdan on “The Serpent and the Rainbow”

Berdan talks the cult Wes Craven film, cultural isolation, and his band’s latest collaboration with The Body.

A Place I Wouldn’t Mind Dying, Alone or With You

Saying goodbye to the Silver Jew, David Berman.

WHY? Settles for the Joy and Heartbreak of the Everyday on “AOKOHIO”

Yoni Wolf details the impulse and happenstance that informed the band’s fractured new album.

Jennifer Kent Talks Humanity and Timeless Violence in “The Nightingale”

The “Babadook” writer/director is ready to terrify you all over again with her new film.

Oberhofer Explains How He Got “oO0OoO0Oo” Into Our iTunes Libraries

Celebrating (approximately) ten years of the songwriter’s first and most unpronounceable release.

Frightened Rabbit’s Grant Hutchison on Losing His Brother and Keeping the Music Alive

Along with Julien Baker + Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull, Grant remembers Scott Hutchison’s brutally honest artistry.

In the Classroom with SASAMI

When she’s not touring behind her debut album, she’s eager to share her passion for music with younger generations.

Through Glitterer, Ned Russin Finds Solace in Challenging Himself

The Title Fight vocalist juggles his internal and external worlds on “Looking Through the Shades,” his debut LP for ANTI-.

Johnathan Rice in Seventeen Syllables

Before the sparse crooner released his first new album in six years, he rose to Instagram stardom by way of writing haikus. 

Charly Bliss Has Unfuckwithable Chemistry

Eva Hendricks and her band discuss the honesty and maturity that went into writing “Young Enough.”

Jon Rose: Guerrilla Humanitarian

The former pro surfer talks Waves 4 Water, the humanitarian aid organization he founded after an interrupted surfing trip to Indonesia.

Gary Clark Jr.: Home of the Brave

The Texas guitar hero faces harsh realities about race in America on his new album.

Philippe Cousteau Jr. and Michael Muller Are Making Waves

The grandson of Jacques Cousteau and the world’s foremost shark photographer chat.

Pod People: How “The Last Podcast on the Left” Explores the Dark Side

The cult podcast covering true crime, conspiracy theories, and all things spooky looks ahead to a new book and more live shows.

For Big Thief’s Adrianne Lenker, It’s All About the Little Things

The band’s frontwoman on their 4AD debut, “U.F.O.F.,” and how she combats the music industry’s waste by living in her truck.

Prince Daddy & the Hyena Search for Home

Using “The Wizard of Oz” as a map, the DIY punks explore uncharted territory on “Cosmic Thrill Seekers.”

A Regeneration of the Soul: Life on the Farm

In big-hearted documentary “The Biggest Little Farm,” a married couple leave Los Angeles behind to cultivate greener pastures. 

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