Hi! How Are You: The Art of Daniel Johnston and the Curation of the New Story of an Artist Website

We talked to curator Lee Foster about the new site he’s running with the Johnston family to share the late songwriter’s visual art.

Sleater-Kinney Release New Song “Worry with You”

Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein’s new album “Path of Wellness” is out June 11.

Hollywood Bowl Returning This Summer with H.E.R., James Blake, Kamasi Washington, and More

The schedule also includes Earl Sweatshirt, Brittany Howard, Jamila Woods, and Sergio Mendes.

Watch Holly Macve Perform Her Track “Bird” in West Yorkshire for “Neighborhoods”

The Irish-born songwriter plays the opening track from her new LP in an English forest.

Tony Allen, “There Is No End”

This posthumous LP is less a grand finale summing up a career than it is another piece of a greater puzzle.

In Conversation: The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach on Bringing Tony Joe White’s Demos to Life

Auerbach discusses his production work at his studio, Easy Eye Sound, as well as The Black Keys’ forthcoming LP “Delta Kream.”

The Glow Share Their First Two Singles as a Full Band, “Love Only” and “Heavy Glow”

Michael Caridi’s post-LVL UP project has expanded to a four piece, as heard on the dual single out today via Double Double Whammy.

Red Ribbon Chases Transcendence in “High” Video

Emma Danner’s new single is a dazed, languid indie rock number about—you guessed it—getting extremely high.

Man on Man’s Songs to Be Gay To

Roddy Bottum and Joey Holman list 16 tracks that match the queer affection of their new debut record.

Donovan Links Up with David Lynch for New Song and Video “I Am the Shaman”

Both artists are big supporters of Transcendental Meditation.

Big Mother Gig, “Gusto”

There’s a loose recklessness to these classic alt-rock melodies that convey being stuck in a rut—but also the determination to get out of it.

Arlo Parks Covers Frank Ocean’s “Ivy”

The stripped-down cover for BBC Radio finds Parks at the piano honoring one of her favorite musicians.

Various Artists, “Arc Mountain”

The new comp demonstrates just how comfortable Deathbomb Arc’s vocalists are working over borderline-nonsense electronics courtesy of Hausu Mountain.

Olivia Kaplan Documents the Soured Thrill of a Fuckboy Crush on “Still Strangers”

The songwriter provides a short Q&A ahead of her debut album “Tonight Turns to Nothing,” out June 25 via Topshelf Records.

In Conversation: Iceage’s Elias Bender Rønnenfelt Blasphemes a Limp-Wristed God

Rønnenfelt discusses his band’s new record “Seek Shelter,” as well as the influences of Danish noir fiction, German cabaret, Scott Walker, and more.

The Lagoons Look Ahead on the Surf-Pop Meditation “Daybreak”

The Southern California duo deliver a hazy, post-pandemic reflection in their latest single.

Hear a Playlist of Songs LUCY’s Been Rocking with (That Aren’t by Elliott Smith)

Cooper Handy’s new album “The Music Industry Is Poisonous” is out now.

Nnena Revisits Her Past on New Single “Rewind”

It’s the first song of 2021 for the Cleveland rapper-singer. 

Sam Valdez, “Take Care”

Valdez’s debut blends airy vocals with atmospheric reverb to create an indie pop experience that’s decidedly Californian.

Watch Big Freedia and Elohim Strut

“Fuck the sidewalk / It’s a runway.”

Listen to FLOOD FM’s Latest “F Yeah Fridays” Podcast feat. Modest Mouse, girl in red, The Marías, and More

FLOOD FM is available to stream on Apple Radio, Alexa, iHeartMedia, Live365, and Sonos.

A. G. Cook and Charli XCX Team Up on “Xcxoplex” Remix

The longtime collaborators join forces for a track off Cook’s forthcoming remix album “Apple Vs 7G.”

Gojira, “Fortitude”

The French prog metal collective’s seventh album is a tornado of blastbeats, guttural growls, and devilish incantations.

Sophia Kennedy Walks Us Through Her Experimental Pop LP “Monsters” Track by Track

Her sophomore album is out today via City Slang.

Smile Share a Kaleidoscopic Visual for Recent Single “Kylie”

“Phantom Island,” the Swedish duo’s first LP in nearly nine years, arrives this summer.

Squid Share a Playlist to Soundtrack De-Industrialization

Their debut album “Bright Green Field” is out tomorrow via Warp.

Watch Briston Maroney Play Two “Sunflower” Tracks in Los Angeles for “Neighborhoods”

The songwriter performs “It’s Still Cool If You Don’t” and “Cinnamon” in LA’s Eagle Rock neighborhood.

girl in red: Life Is Good, For Now

In our new digital cover, Marie Ulven reflects on her debut album and the impermanence of joy, along with sharing an exclusive performance of “hornylovesickmess.”

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