Wire Revisit Their Experimental Era Showcased in the New “P456 Deluxe” Compilation

Colin Newman and Bruce Gilbert discuss their new Record Store Day double 10-inch collecting the band’s overlooked early 2000s recordings.

Rostam Rides the Wave of Change

The songwriter discusses the global and personal events that led to the composition of his second solo LP “Changephobia” and embracing the “new confusion.”

In Conversation: Liz Phair on the Long Journey From “Guyville” to “Soberish”

The songwriter discusses the importance of sharing women’s stories and how her first album in over a decade grew from the soil of her 1993 debut.

In Conversation: Celebrating 40 Years of Violent Femmes with Gordon Gano

The band also debuts a brand new visual for “Blister in the Sun” ahead of the reissue of their “Add It Up (1981-1993)” collection.

In Conversation: Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell on “Blue Weekend” and Embracing the Songwriting Craft

The London-based four-piece’s third album drops this Friday via Dirty Hit.

Lord Huron’s Ben Schneider Walks Us Through His Artwork for “Long Lost”

The songwriter/visual artist discusses 11 pieces that tie into the fictional Whispering Pines universe.

Yola Discusses Finally Feeling Liberated on “Stand for Myself”

The Nashville-based songwriter tells us about the personal direction of her new album and the “self-education” detailed on the record’s latest single.

In Conversation: Black Midi on the Colorful World of “Cavalcade”

Geordie Greep, Morgan Simpson, and Cameron Picton discuss the broad, unpredictable sounds of their new album.

In Conversation: Can’s Irmin Schmidt on the Band’s Legacy and Most Memorable Live Shows

Germany’s beloved experimentalists get to the heart of their art with a series of never-before-released live albums kicking off this Friday.

In Conversation: YehMe2 on Pushing Rap Forward by Returning to His Roots

With his new single “Dog Eat Dog” out now, the former Flosstradamus producer prepares an EP of trunk-rattling, energetic beats made for the club.

In Conversation: Armand Hammer Discuss the Magic Behind “Haram”

billy woods and ELUCID tell us how their recent record with The Alchemist came together, and share a few of their favorite Alc records.

In Conversation: Gary Numan Embodies an Angry and Disillusioned Planet Earth on “Intruder”

The electronica pioneer explains how the pandemic fed into the post-apocalyptic themes of his new album in a “horrible, sort of tragic way.”

In Conversation: Manchester Orchestra on Pushing Forward with “The Million Masks of God”

In our video interview, Andy Hull and Robert McDowell discuss honing their sound, making lame ideas cool, and their status as an outlier band.

In Conversation: Jim Adkins Discusses Jimmy Eat World’s New Graphic Novel 

Co-written by Adkins and Alex Paknadel, “555” arrives this Friday.

In Conversation: Matt Berry on Riding “The Blue Elephant”

The British comedian isn’t laughing anymore (well, not while making his seriously soulful psychedelic music).

In Conversation: Remember Sports’ Carmen Perry Won’t Stop Trying to Get Everything Out

The Philadelphia-based artist discusses her band’s new album “Like a Stone” and her dedication to songwriting.

In Conversation: Current Joys’ Nick Rattigan Explores Memory, Place, and Time on “Voyager”

Rattigan discusses his most collaborative solo album yet, as well as the catharsis of defeating his own personal Pennywise the Clown.

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.”

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.

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.”

In Conversation: Inside Chloe Moriondo’s Vulnerable, Bloody World

The 18-year-old songwriter opens up about her visceral new album “Blood Bunny” and letting people into her world.

In Conversation: McKinley Dixon Made a Genre to Explain His Pain

The Richmond rapper on his new album “For My Mama and Anyone Who Look Like Her” and the pitfalls of genre.

In Conversation: Crumb Talk Making Colorful Music in Dark Times

The Brooklyn-based four piece on their newly released second LP “Ice Melt” and staying independent.

In Conversation: Ashley Monroe Is Born Again on “Rosegold”

The Nashville-based songwriter shares how her latest album is rooted in joy.

In Conversation: Cadence Weapon on “Parallel World,” the Influence of a Formula One Driver, and Living All Over Canada

The Edmonton-reared rapper discusses his fifth album and recent collaborations.

In Conversation: Royal Blood’s Mike Kerr on the Dark Disco of “Typhoons”

The Brighton duo’s frontman shares how sobriety, lockdown, and the Bee Gees shaped their third album.

In Conversation: Story Time with J.PERIOD

With the innovative “Story to Tell (Chapter One),” famed producer/DJ J.PERIOD delivers one of the most ambitious rap projects of the year.

London Grammar’s Hannah Reid Discusses Baring Her Soul on “Californian Soil”

The UK trio’s vocalist shares the backstory behind their buoyant and unlikely third album.


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