"Borrowing from older genres and mining long-forgotten albums is a birthright of any hard working, smart musician."
A history of existential freakouts, from 1953 to the current age.
Two (!) new Naomi Punk tracks, with an interview by Parquet Courts' Andrew Savage.
"While each epoch has its own repugnant political class, it also has its dissidents."
Franz Nicolay (the Hold Steady, the World/Inferno Friendship Society) listens to Life Will See You Now on Inauguration Day.
The punk icon loves the Canadian band’s haunted house of a record.
Zachary Lipez (Publicist UK) stops looking at his phone long enough to play some music that he loves.
Craig Finn (the Hold Steady) steps in for a special Q&A.
This piece of history, courtesy of producer Mark Saunders, was trapped on an old iPod — until now. Bowie spoofs Tom Waits, Lou Reed and other icons.
The synth-pop explorers share some aggressive music to kick off the weekend.