This special issue is themed around sustainability and protecting the natural world, including cover features with Jeff Bridges, Animal Collective, Alex Honnold and Swoon, plus exclusive interviews with Local Natives, Weyes Blood, Gary Clark Jr., Big Thief, and more.
The Sustainability Issue
Bob Dylan, “The Bootleg Series Vol. 17: Fragments – Time Out of Mind Sessions: 1996-1997”
On the series’ 17th installment, listeners are transported to the sound of desire, a Dylan reconnecting and reconnoitering with a curt and surly muse.
Bass Drum of Death, “Say I Won’t”
The Mississippi garage rockers move past lo-fi toward a more soulful and power-chord heavy sound on their Patrick Carney–produced fifth album.
Lil Yachty, “Let’s Start Here.”
The Atlanta rapper has taken up the mantle of prog-psychedelic, live-band hip-hop, and the results are as outwardly wily and avant-garde as they are insular and introspective.
The “Babadook” writer/director is ready to terrify you all over again with her new film.
The artist born Matthew Urango is a multi-instrumentalist whose punk-rock youth led to his making spaced-out, modern disco.
The LA rapper discusses the bad friends and desire for solitude that inspired her recent EP “Cry 4 Help.”
The husband-and-wife folk-rock duo detail the band’s new album, “Kinship,” and music’s role in the age of climate activism.
Between recording + touring their recent album, the SoCal rockers search for long-term solutions to managing waste.
Eva Hendricks and her band discuss the honesty and maturity that went into writing “Young Enough.”
The star of NBC’s “The Good Place” and A24’s “Midsommar” is a nervous kinda guy.
The former pro surfer talks Waves 4 Water, the humanitarian aid organization he founded after an interrupted surfing trip to Indonesia.
The Texas guitar hero faces harsh realities about race in America on his new album.
The grandson of Jacques Cousteau and the world’s foremost shark photographer chat.
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.
In big-hearted documentary “The Biggest Little Farm,” a married couple leave Los Angeles behind to cultivate greener pastures.
The Brooklyn-based artist details the intersection of personal and global sustainability in her work.
Charting the Baltimore group’s long, strange journey.
Themed around sustainability + the natural world, this print issue features four cover stories plus Weyes Blood, Big Thief, Gary Clark Jr., Philippe Cousteau Jr., and more.
In their thoughtful climate change documentary, Jeff Bridges + director Susan Kucera ask: If our evolutionary traits are killing us, how do we change?
The Los Angeles–based musician’s fourth album confronts humanity’s bleak future head-on.
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