After a six-year absence, the chamber-pop godheads deliver a sprawling, funky, messy, idiosyncratic, and satisfying double album.
The indie-punk trailblazer talks Sleater-Kinney, Filthy Friends, R.E.M., and Donald Trump’s impact on the Pacific Northwest.
The Swedish experimental R&B songwriter talks about her upcoming album ‘Silver,’ her groundbreaking dance crew, and her philosophy of self-love.
With all the new music releasing constantly, lots of great albums can slip under the radar. Here are a few worthwhile ones from the last three months.
The meme-prone power-pop icons have been the subject of widespread critical derision for the better part of two decades. But do they deserve it?
In light of the recent death of the brilliant and enigmatic Talk Talk frontman, we take a look at some of his greatest and most essential tracks.
Meet Powder, the Tokyo-based DJ and producer who splits time between an office job and creating dazzling house music.
A little-known short directed by Cuarón may—and should—come back to haunt him, if only to rid a terrible stigma.
Adams is the latest high-profile musician to be accused of sexual misconduct. What does this mean for the future of music’s relationship with the #MeToo movement?
Awards shows can be lame, petty, popularity contests. But this year’s 61st Annual Grammy Awards had some amazing moments. Here are the best six.
LCD Soundsystem returns with a raucous and energetic release recorded at the legendary Greenwich Village studio.
In preparation for their upcoming record ‘Father of the Bride,’ we count down the top 10 best tunes from the celebrated indie-pop tricksters.
Almost 15 years into their existence, the globe-hopping indie folk outfit deliver some of their most intricate, subtly brilliant music yet.
From Tay Keith to Murda Beatz, here’s a closer look at 10 of the most remarkable studio wizards working today that we hope to hear from this year.
The dexterous MC and the Black Moth Super Rainbow ringleader join forces for an exhaustingly fun exploration of physical, mental, and social deterioration.