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15 Great Moments When Rock ’n’ Roll and TV Sitcoms Collided
Here are some memorable instances of rock and sitcoms colliding.
The Loudest Voices in the Chatroom: The Story of 100% Electronica
George Clanton, Negative Gemini, Saint Pepsi, and more recount the origins of the vaporwave label that made it big—online and off.
Trentemøller Shares “Blue September,” Breaks Down “Obverse” Track by Track
On the eve of its release, Anders Trentemøller shares the final single from his fifth album and goes in-depth on each track.
Summer Cannibals Make the Most of a Fresh Start on “Can’t Tell Me No”
After their fourth album dissolved along with frontperson Jessica Boudreaux’s relationship, she wrote a record about reclaiming her personality.
Weyes Blood Isn’t Afraid of Climate Change
The Los Angeles–based musician’s fourth album confronts humanity’s bleak future head-on.
15 Noise and Experimental Artists You Should Really Know About
If Yves Tumor, JPEGMAFIA, or Pharmakon have grabbed your attention lately, we’ve got your new obsessions.
Panda Bear’s Noah Lennox Hopes New Record “Buoys” Can Be “An Antidote to the Poison”
The Animal Collective co-founder discusses the evolution of his songwriting and the significance of ocean buoys.
The Best Albums of 2018
Twenty-five albums to kill your loneliness. Or at least make it suffer a little.
The Best Albums of 2018 (So Far)
From Amen Dunes to Yo La Tengo, twenty-five releases from this year that are leading the pack.
Stop Steering and Start Driving: Ten Years Later, “Speed Racer” Is Still the Best Movie About Agency in the Era of Late Capitalism
On its tenth birthday, let’s look past its genre and appreciate the unrivaled visual flair, debilitatingly honest coming-of-age narrative, and anti-corporate rage of “Speed Racer,” a kids movie.
The Apotheosis of Jack White
With the release of his third solo record, “Boarding House Reach,” the musician, label-head, and unabashed retrophiliac surveys his career—and the chance cult of personality he’s built along the way.
The Best TV of 2017
Ten shows that kept us watching, through binge and cringe.
The Best Albums of 2017
Twenty-five full-lengths that kept us going, one way or the other.
PREMIERE: Conner Youngblood Takes us to School in a Reykjavik Classroom
The confessional Nashville experimentalist delivers a pair of standouts from last year’s The Generation of Lift EP on a gray Icelandic morning.
Black Lives, Matter of Fact: The Humor and Humanity of “Last Chance U” and “Atlanta”
What two of the best shows of the year say about our country as a community and a comedy, and why you should be watching.
Another Green World: Our Favorite Non-Musical Forays from Musicians
The new semi-animated Toro Y Moi concert film got us thinking: when it comes to making things that aren’t music, which musicians have done it best?
“Two Rungs Above Being A Pimp”: The Rock and Soul of Post-War Nigeria
Uchenna Ikonne on the little-known Nigerian rock scene of the 1970s.
The Keys: Wading into the Swamp of “Bloodline”’s Second Season with the Show’s Creators
The first season of Netflix’s Kyle Chandler–led serial drama offset its idyllic setting with a story of white-knuckle familial tension. Now creators Glenn and Todd Kessler and Daniel Zelman are doubling down.
The Radical Futurism of Anohni
With her new electronic pop album, the singer formerly known as Antony Hegarty unpacks the meaning of “HOPELESSNESS.”
For Your Consideration: Our 2016 Grammys Predictions
We cast our ballot for this year’s ceremony.
FLOOD’s Best of 2015: Our Favorite Songs
We moved, we grooved, we were soothed.
Freaky Stylin’: Getting Into Bed With Big Grams
FLOOD 2 cover stars Big Boi and Phantogram talk about the making of their self-titled EP.
Lollapalooza 2015: No Calm Before the Storm
Evacuations, lightning, and humidity couldn’t keep the crowds or the good music away from Grant Park.
Strong Love: The Defiantly Gay Rock of Smokey
Meet the band deemed “too gay” for the outré ’70s.
Coachella 2015, Weekend 1: Like The Deserts Miss The Rain
Coachella opens its doors, featuring craft beer, interactive art installations, and Drake.
Kitten Kaboodle: El-P and Killer Mike Meow the Jewels
“Mike’s not exactly a cat person, but I think he may have turned a corner,” says El-P.
“Fell in love with a cat today,” admits Killer Mike.