Jason Isbell Southeastern

Treble 100: No. 31, Jason Isbell – Southeastern

An astonishing tour-de-force defined by unflinching honesty

The Serfs interview

The Serfs’ Midwestern prophecies

We spoke to the band about new album ‘Half Eaten by Dogs,’ Cincinnati, and uncanny predictions

Björk Post - Treble 100

Treble 100: No. 32, Björk – Post

A breakthrough album that solidified Björk as a singular presence in pop music

Bruce Springsteen Born to Run - Treble 100

Treble 100: No. 33, Bruce Springsteen – Born to Run

On their third album, Bruce and the E Street Band had fully arrived

Body Void interview

Body Void are documenting a hellscape of absurdity

We spoke with guitarist/vocalist Willow Ryan about ‘Atrocity Machine’ and crafting an atmosphere of horror

The Menzingers interview

The Menzingers Find Hope in the Past

We chat with Gret Barnett about ‘Some of It Was True’, growing up and gaining confidence

The Rolling Stones sticky fingers

Treble 100: No. 34, The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers

The Stones’ greatest album—weary, despairing and bitter

The Keening

The Keening give a track-by-track breakdown of new album Little Bird

Rebecca Vernon tells us about the inspiration and background behind the six songs on her Relapse debut

FYF Fest 2014

Treble is 20: A Reflection from the Editor

It’s really been that long; we’re still going.

Burial Untrue

Treble 100: No. 35, Burial – Untrue

A haunting document from a figure shrouded in mystery

best sub pop albums

35 Essential Sub Pop Albums

Honoring the label’s anniversary with a roundup of some of its greatest releases.

Nirvana In Utero

Treble 100: No. 36, Nirvana – In Utero

The final album from the Seattle trio tested the limits of where a commercial audience would follow them

Explosions in the Sky interview

Explosions in the Sky Begin Again

This isn’t the end for the Austin post-rock group

Charles Mingus Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

Treble 100: No. 37, Charles Mingus – The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

Mingus’ masterful jazz suite showcased the dueling personas that drove his music

Todd Rundgren Something/Anything?

Treble 100, No. 38: Todd Rundgren – Something/Anything?

Rundgren’s third album found the singer/songwriter and producer fully embracing the possibilities of the studio

jimi hendrix are you experienced

Treble 100: No. 39, The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced?

The proper introduction of a guitar god and psych-rock legend

best Captain Beefheart albums

A Beginner’s Guide to the Avant Blues Rock of Captain Beefheart

Where to start with the inscrutable, experimental rock artist

Earl Sweatshirt Doris

Earl Sweatshirt explored insular shades of gray on Doris

The L.A. rapper reintroduced himself via a hazy and dark debut album

D'Angelo Voodoo

Treble 100: No. 41, D’Angelo – Voodoo

Michael Eugene Archer’s soul masterpiece, an act that took 15 years to follow

Ratboys interview

Ratboys are growing together

We speak with Julia Steiner about the band’s decade-plus journey, and new album ‘The Window’