A debut set of bangers wrought from an apocalyptic mood.
A publicity stunt gone awry, and a band reclaiming their soul
In 1992, the hip-hop legends hit reset in the best way.
We speak to the jazz bassist and songwriter about his new LP, learning from collaborators, and why a classical background doesn’t guarantee anything
Treble talks to Kory Gregory about their self-titled album, dubious backstories and mortality.
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Where to start with the At the Drive-In/Mars Volta guitarist and prolific solo artist.
A look back at the UK group’s climactic 2019 swan song.
Vocalist Jake Duzsik talks ‘DISCO 4’, collaborating over email, and how working with others leads to the band’s ongoing evolution.
A guide to getting into this inscrutable, prolific post-punk legend.
As the first all-female band to have a hit record of songs they wrote and performed, The Go-Go’s changed rock music forever
Personal selections on key moments in Songs: Ohia, Magnolia Electric Co. and solo Jason Molina records.
Jason Molina’s best and prettiest album turns 20.
A look back at the landmark noise rock album as it turns 20.
John Darnielle’s early 2002 collection of songs turns 20 and remains a time capsule of brilliant storytelling