The National guitarist and the amazing singer-songwriter have kept remarkably busy this year.
The staff behind the community-oriented music and arts space share some of the favorites who have passed through their doors.
Julien Baker talks the “brutal candor” of Failures.
They discuss synthesizers, controlling one's own artistic destiny, John Milton... and dick pics.
A conversation with Matt Berninger (The National), Julien Baker, and Stephan Altman on politics, religion, and artistic collaboration.
According to Lawrence Rothman, the only way Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut could have been better is if boygenius wrote the soundtrack.
Jeremy Bolm (Touché Amoré, Hesitation Wounds) on supergroups and the honest, punk spirit of the new Baker-Bridgers-Dacus collaboration.
Julien Baker reflects on Death Cab for Cutie's latest record and the inevitability of change.
The album guides listeners through the mental environments their creator inhabits.
Now Only is not a treatise on death, but one person's attempt at healing from personal tragedy.