Treble ranks our favorite songs of the last five years.
A 21st Century examination of prog rock and the best examples of where it’s gone.
As true today as it was when it was written.
Vampire Weekend, Phoenix and Neutral Milk Hotel also playing. And Lionel Richie.
Deconstructing the raw, primal nature of Kanye West’s unfiltered persona.
The albums and events that let us down in 2013.
The best of beats, rhymes and anarchy for the year 2013.
Yeezus rises again.
Stage set-up damaged in transit.
Native American headdresses, Metallica font also incorporated.
On our anniversary, Treble assembles a list of our rarest music-related items.
NYC, Brooklyn, LA, Chicago and Toronto all get two dates.
Treble takes its readers to school.
A meeting of two hip-hop titans.
A risk can pay off, but only if you’re willing to put the work into it.
Kanye’s foray into noisy industrial rap is within sight of greatness, which makes it all the more disappointing.
Yeezus adorned with blob of molten metal, 14 tracks of the exact same length.
Album tentatively scheduled for June release.
New video for “New Slaves” debuted on a street corner in Brooklyn.
Class struggles, ladder climbing, and general excess.