The Cloud Nothings frontman goes through the catalog to highlight the band’s best moments.
How the Austin group made their best album after their career stalled
Vocalist/songwriter John Ross discusses making big music, taking lousy notes, and regaining his rhythm.
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The Horror Master discusses his new installment of the ‘Lost Themes’ albums, making his own music vs. scoring films, and having fun with creativity.
Stuart Braithwaite discusses the importance of happy accidents in the studio, and how 25 years can change a lot about a person and a band.
The iconic spiritual jazz album turns 50.
We’ve turned the calendar page on a tumultuous, troubling year, but we need to acknowledge…
When the headliners become the support band.
We can choose not to obey the algorithm.
The final chapter in the ongoing saga on Canada’s greatest prog rock band.
An overview of some of the albums that might offer some of the best sounds of 2021.
Looking back at 10 years of an ambitious, introspective concept album.
A look back at the double-album that took a hard look at the dreary reality of adulthood.
A look back at the iconic genre-breaking hip-hop album on its 20th anniversary.
Where to begin with the influential, iconic industrial group.
We spoke to the techno and industrial producer about his vast body of work, and how the Internet ruined everything.
As the new wave icons’ fourth album turns 40, we take a look back at its strange magic.
We spoke to the Washington, D.C. singer/songwriter about his debut album, breaking out of genre boxes, and feeling immovable.