Pussy Riot is fighting for a better future with an “orgy of different aesthetics and approaches.”
The Washington, DC songwriter and producer spoke to AdHoc about his new EP of National covers, highlighting the work of black artists in indie rock, and how music is just another form of activism.
Cain in Chains stars in “Highly Conceptual,” a track from the London post-punk band’s debut EP, Neil Yonge & Bob Doylan Live at Hyde Park.
The multi-talented singer-songwriter shares the video for “Commuter Rage,” the searing lead single off her forthcoming album, When You Found Forever.
The Brooklyn-via-Boise singer-songwriter and long-time choir singer flips the script on “Self Be True.”
To celebrate their new EP, Moments of Terribleness, the frenetic NYC garage rock band shows us how to make a record—literally.
Ahead of their first NYC shows in a decade, the Tindersticks frontman discusses the legendary UK indie rock band’s latest album, No Treasure But Hope.
Australian singer-songwriter and Jezabels member Hayley Mary shares a new live video for her debut single, “The Piss, The Perfume.”
Pittsburgh-based digital artist Everest Pipkin spoke to AdHoc about their experience building spreadsheets–and community–in the art world.