The Dismemberment Plan
Plug in, turn up.
A bummed-out Valentine’s Day playlist.
The best tracks that flew under the radar in the “alternative” decade.
In this edition of the roundtable, we ask what bands we’ve seen live the most, and what their best and worst shows were.
180-gram vinyl edition of the band’s 2001 album due in November.
Tim Hecker, The Dismemberment Plan, Cults and more.
D.C. indie rockers sound upbeat, hopeful, even comfortable on first new album in 12 years.
New album due out Oct. 15 via Partisan Records.
Hear another new jam from Uncanney Valley.
Fall tour in support of Uncanney Valley.
First track from Uncanney Valley, now streaming.
Following reunion tour dates, D.C. post-hardcore band delivers new set of music.
The fifty percussionists we couldn’t jam without.
It’s the end of the world as we know it (and we feel fine).
Discussing the new reunion tour and reissue with D.C.’s most spastic.
Thirteen bands that should give it another go…because we asked so nicely!
Ryan Adams and Travis Morrison stop making music; we wonder for how long.
Best of 1999
The best albums of the decade, part two: 1995-1999.
From Big Black to Burning Airlines, and everything in between.