How the pandemic changed the Detroit singer-songwriter’s relationship with her sophomore record.
The Baltimore noise legend explains how self-care helped him finish his long-in-the-making fifth album.
The lo-fi pop songwriter and synthesist is gearing up to release his fourth LP. Eventually.
How the Brooklyn shoegazers mined turmoil for their most bracingly honest record to date.
The Chicago folk musician explains the concept behind his absurd-but-beautiful reworking of The Lillywhite Sessions.
“I ought to be critiqued, and the songs say so.”
Hatchie talks nicknames, Carole King, and the Brisbane scene.
The visuals for Shmu’s “Your Favorite God” are either celestial or apocalyptic, depending on your point of view.
Nora Singh, the Hit Bargain frontwoman and self-described “Gallagher of noise rock”, is ready to move on from “queening,” or trampling men’s faces, during the band’s live shows.