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Scott Hutchison

If Happiness Won’t Come to Me: On Scott Hutchison and Mental Illness

Earlier this month, I watched as strangers on social media used Twitter to help stop…

The Worst Song Podcast

The Worst Song: A Treble Podcast

For years, Treble Editor Jeff Terich has been asking bands and artists, “what song do…

Welcome to the Black Lodge: The Music of David Lynch

Fire walk with us into the Red Room.

Constantines shine a light

Hall of Fame: Constantines – Shine a Light

The Toronto band’s classic sophomore album enters Treble’s hallowed halls on its 11th anniversary, and as the band returns to the stage.

Treble's Top 50 Albums of 2012

Top 50 Albums of 2012

The best long-players of the year, all ranked like.

Treble's 2012 Holiday Gift Guide

Treble’s Holiday Gift Guide 2012

The ultimate shopping list for music geeks this year.

Celebrate the Catalogue: Beck

Celebrate the Catalog: Beck

Two turntables, a microphone, and endless creativity.

Interview with Titus Andronicus

Interview: Titus Andronicus

Patrick Stickles talks about Local Business and punk ethos.

The Conet Project

Our Band Couldn’t Be Your Life: The Conet Project

The spooky sounds of numbers stations.

Cat Power discography albums rated

Celebrate the Catalog: Cat Power

Taking a closer look at Chan Marshall’s body of work.

Bat for Lashes in Treble's Endless Playlist 2012

Endless Playlist 2012: Part Three

Two dozen more jams at the close of summer.

Interview with the Royal Concept

Interview: The Royal Concept

Swedish popsters come clean about girls and having a good time.

FYF Fest 2012

FYF Fest 2012

A recap of the “best weekend of the year.”

Treble's 2012 Fall Album Preview

Fall Album Preview 2012

Our most anticipated albums of the fall.

Treble’s Top 200 Songs of the ’70s

The first 50 of our favorite tracks from the 1970s.

The Beach Boys at the San Diego Zoo!

Celebrate the Catalog: The Beach Boys

A 50th anniversary discographical salute.

Gotye and Kimbra having a difference of opinion

He Said/She Said: A Playlist with two sides

Your ex-lover is alive and well, or so he’d want you to think.