Marissa Paternoster (Screaming Females) discusses the humor and tragic beauty of Remind Me Tomorrow
For Sam Woodring (Mister Goblin), J.I.D.'s second album harkens back to Lil Wayne's Tha Carter II.
Per Dude York’s Andrew Hall, “They dare you to hate them, dare to be hopelessly corny, and dare to go all-in when few others do.”
Bauhaus is protected wildlife in Zola Jesus's history.
Jeremy Bolm (Touché Amoré, Hesitation Wounds) on supergroups and the honest, punk spirit of the new Baker-Bridgers-Dacus collaboration.
Is Poppy a computer? Or is she actually just a girl? Julia Shapiro (Chastity Belt) investigates.
Listening to Laura Jean’s latest, you can almost smell the saltwater in the breeze.
“I don’t need to pull the album apart and put it back together again to know how it makes me feel.”
“This album gets off to a more rocky than rocking start, but don't worry—there's some gold in this rock & roll coal mine.”
Digital Garbage makes Cassie Ramone feel like a teenage boy at a skatepark in the '80s.