Lee "Scratch" Perry best albums Beginner's Guide

A Beginners Guide to dub pioneer Lee “Scratch” Perry

A first-timer’s roadmap to the music of the dub legend.

Rush catalog part two

The Rush Catalog Part Two: From A Farewell to Kings to Moving Pictures

The second installment of our extremely deep dive into the music of Rush.

Pedazo de carne con ojo interview

The Sauce: An Interview with Pedazo de Carne con ojo

We chat with producer/singer/songwriter Steven Perez about his new album, a freak accident and Earl Sweatshirt.

Hilary Woods interview

A Perfect Storm: A conversation with Hilary Woods

A chat with the Irish singer/songwriter about setting her own terms and giving something back.

P.E. interview

No Formal Language: An interview with P.E.

The Brooklyn band, comprising members of Pill and Eaters, discuss the non-traditional process of creating their industrial groove.

jeremiah cymerman citadels and sanctuaries review

John Zorn’s Naked City was a gleeful noise-jazz science experiment

The jazzgrind classic is still fun, hilarious and wild after 30 years.

Rush catalog part one

The Rush Catalog Part One: ‘Rush’ to ‘2112’

The first in a series of deep dives on the prog giants’ catalog.

tom waits swordfishtrombones review

Morphine’s The Night is a ghostly album nearly lost to time

The Boston trio’s fifth and final album could have been a game changer; now, it barely exists.

High on Fire live at the Regent Theater in Los Angeles

Photos: High on Fire, Devil Master, Power Trip and Creeping Death Live

The Regent Theater in Los Angeles hosted a power-packed night of heavy music when High on Fire, Devil Master, Creeping Death and Power Trip all took the stage on Dec. 7, 2019.

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The Year in Quotes: 2019

The most quotable moments from our year in music.

The Body interview

20 Years of Darkness: A conversation with The Body

Lee Buford looks back at the band’s history, their new remix album and exploring mental health through music.

1989: Industrial music’s year of living dangerously

It wasn’t just Nine Inch Nails moving industrial music to the mainstream in 1989.

The Pop Group Y 40th anniversary

How The Pop Group’s ‘Y’ captured a joyful chaos

The Bristol post-punk icons discuss the creation of their influential, inimitable 1979 debut.

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10 Essential Sci-Fi Metal Albums

In space, no one can hear you scream. Unless you’re Bruce Dickinson.

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Greatest Hits: The 23 best PJ Harvey songs

Over the past 27 years, Polly Jean Harvey has released nine albums, two collaborative releases…

Galaxie 500 On Fire Hall of Fame 30th anniversary

Galaxie 500’s On Fire is a record of quiet explosions

A look back at the iconic trio’s 1989 album on its 30th anniversary.

Eluvium Beginner's Guide

A Beginner’s Guide to Eluvium’s rich world of serenity

Where to start with Matthew Cooper’s ambient discography.