FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day Black Friday: John Prine, Pop Smoke, My Chemical Romance, and More
What we’re excited for on the last weekend of RSD’s pandemic-necessitated four-part event.
The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” Is Elton John’s Song and Record of the Year
Following the artist’s Grammy snubs, Sir Elton voices his support for Abel Tesfaye with a lo-res pic on Instagram.
Sydney Sprague Reckons with Unrequited Love in “staircase failure” Video
“maybe i will see you at the end of the world” is out February 26 via Rude Records.
Megan Thee Stallion, “Good News”
From her sharp delivery and bite-me bravado, Meg flexes at 150 percent on her debut album.
The 2021 Grammy Nominations Have Been Revealed, and There’s Plenty to Talk About
As usual, Fiona Apple deserves better.
Thom Yorke’s Hat, Iggy Pop’s Pants, and Tool’s Kitchen Sink Hit the Auction Block
One-of-a-kind rock and roll collectibles can be yours for the low, low price of a lot.
The National Announce Remastered Reissues of Their First Three Albums
Their self-titled debut, “Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers,” and the “Cherry Tree” EP will return February 26.
Lee Paradise’s Sounds Behind “The Fink”
On his forthcoming solo debut, the Hooded Fang vocalist experiments with a wide array of sounds, which he cites inspiration for here.
In Conversation: David Longstreth of Dirty Projectors on the Language and Process Behind “5EPs”
Longstreth also details his love of bossa nova and the ever-fluctuating definition of what Dirty Projectors really is.
Watch KAYE Cover Daniel Caesar on an NYC Rooftop for “Neighborhoods”
Along with her take on “Get You,” Charlene Kaye sings her own single “Conscious Control.”
Daniel Avery Shares Aquatic New Single “Petrol Blue”
The loose track follows the electronic musician’s “Love + Light” LP released over the summer.
Carpark Records Announce Compilation Featuring Sad13, Cloud Nothings, and More
The label is finally old enough to drink, so we’re partying safely with some new music.
Babeheaven Break Down Their Soulful LP “Home for Now” Track by Track
Nancy Andersen walks us through the U.K. duo’s debut album that was four years in the making.
Elton John, “Jewel Box”
No one’s excesses are as glorious and ornate as Elton John’s.
In Conversation: Jarvis Cocker Takes Us to the Roots of His Work as JARV IS…
In support of his new concert film, Cocker recalls his slow adaptation to live performance and explains his unexpected obsession with caves.
Gracie and Rachel Explore Grief in Their “Sidelines” Video
The song from “Hello Weakness, You Make Me Strong” now has a poignant visual component.
LA All Day: Local Natives and Classixx Unite on “Weekends”
Head into the weekend with the new collab, as well as a new single from Local Natives’ Kelcey Ayer.
Worst Party Ever Covered Dogleg’s “Star 67” Following Twitter Beef
The best way to settle a rivalry is to just perform the other band’s songs.