Robin Edwards (Lisa Prank) on the tenderness and toughness of Patience.
Eli Kasan (Gotobeds) on the drunken energy of the band’s new self-titled album.
For James Chapman (Maps), the album’s otherworldliness still lingers 20 years on.
Morgan Enos (Other Houses) talks Neil Young’s Tuscaloosa and the importance of capturing every side of your artistic self.
Hanif Abdurraqib on character arcs, difficult resolutions, and Routine Maintenance.
Ellen Kempner (Palehound) on the “untethered darkness” of Age Hasn’t Spoiled You.
Kay Hanley (Letters to Cleo) on the band’s synthy, apocalyptic new album Young Enough.
According to Oliver Hill (Dustrider), Kevin Morby’s latest is awesome in the religious sense.
Loren DiBlasi (Patio) talks the band’s new debut full-length, Water.
Ellen Kempner (Palehound) on the life lessons Avril Lavigne taught her, 15 years later.