A phone conversation between the friends and collaborators.
The friends and collaborators talk spirituality, death, the ethics of having kids, and Cross Record.
The company prides itself as a “global community” bringing artists and fans together; here, John Colpitts takes a look at its practices as a business.
“They’re singing my life up there! That’s my despair, my hope is in those drums!”
Emily Sprague poetically takes us track-by-track through her new album, out today via Double Double Whammy.
The friends and collaborators talk “song building,” fireflies, and Ghost Orchard’s new record Bunny (plus, stream the title track here).
The siblings and collaborators talk studio snacks, writing songs while raising kids, and the making of the new Luray record, Dig.
McKnight talks to the Greys frontman about racial identity, working within the confines of a white indie establishment, and his new album as Maneka.
Claude Fontaine interviews the legends about the legacy of reggae’s international explosion and the curiously kindred spirit it found in punk.
Jon Langford and Tom Greenhalgh take us track-by-track through the band’s latest.