Ulcerate interview

Ulcerate on crafting introspective, overwhelming death metal

Jamie Saint Merat discusses ‘Cutting the Throat of God’ and seeking out the transcendent

Rezn interview

Rezn’s singular universe

The best music activates all of your senses. While you can’t literally smell the White…

Public Enemy It takes a nation of millions

Treble 100, No. 13: Public Enemy – It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back

When this album dropped in 1988, hip-hop would never be the same.

Bob Dylan Blonde on Blonde

Treble 100: No. 14, Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde

A career-defining, enigmatic masterpiece

Thou interview

The existential arc of Thou

We spoke to Bryan Funck and Andy Gibbs about their new album ‘Umbilical,’ the political, the personal, and what makes their music essentially Thou

Talking Heads Remain in Light

Treble 100: No. 15, Talking Heads – Remain In Light

As the new wave icons’ fourth album turns 40, we take a look back at its strange magic.

Nick Drake Pink Moon

Treble 100: No. 16, Nick Drake – Pink Moon

The late singer/songwriter’s final album is stark, beautiful, yet devastating.

DJ Shadow Endtroducing

Treble 100: No. 17, DJ Shadow – Endtroducing…

A literal record-breaker composed entirely of pieces from other records

Full of Hell interview

Full of Hell’s Relentless Grind

Dylan Walker discusses ‘Coagulated Bliss,’ rural America and surviving as a band

The Clash London Calling

Treble 100, No. 19: The Clash – London Calling

The first punk album to reach the US charts, ‘London Calling’ changed punk and rock forever

Eliza Hardy Jones interview

Eliza Hardy Jones on broken dreams, motherhood and new album Pickpocket

The singer/songwriter opens up about her experiences with grief, which informed her new album

Cloud Nothings interview

Cloud Nothings forge their own path

Dylan Baldi discusses ‘Final Summer,’ photography, and taking a more mature tone

Marvin Gaye What's Going On - Treble 100

Treble 100, No. 20: Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On

A masterpiece of soul, discovered through Christian rock

Metz interview

Metz tap into a new energy

Alex Edkins discusses the Toronto group’s legacy, new album ‘Up on Gravity Hill,’ and personal growth

Tribe Called Quest Low End Theory

Treble 100, No. 21: A Tribe Called Quest – The Low End Theory

Reconciling the ineffable with the unfuckwithable

Einsturzende Neubauten

A Beginner’s Guide to the industrial innovation of Einsturzende Neubauten

On the 44th anniversary of the group’s founding, we look back at a legacy of iconoclastic noise

depeche mode violator

Treble 100: No. 22, Depeche Mode – Violator

The biggest album of the group’s career is an intimate temple of feeling

Frank Ocean Blonde

Treble 100, No. 23: Frank Ocean – Blonde

Ocean’s last album to date comprises a scrapbook of emotional resonance


GWAR’s Dave Brockie, a.k.a. Oderus Urungus, left a legacy of bad taste and wild entertainment

10 years after his death, we look back at the impact left by the late GWAR frontman