Tim Keen (Ought) takes a closer look at Intersect Fest, No Music For ICE, and being a musician in the age of late capitalism.
Sadie Dupuis (Speedy Ortiz) digs deep into the band’s two new reissues with Ash Bowie and Steve Popson.
We hear firsthand stories from Waxahatchee and Kevin Morby, Heather Matarazzo and Heather Turman, Natalie Prass and Eric Slick, and more.
Stream the debut EP and read an essay on being a boy in a band by Sadie Dupuis (Speedy Ortiz, Sad13) here.
Read "Build a Better Do It" from the debut collection, plus an introductory essay by Dupuis herself.
The band's earnestness is evident in every hook and harmony.
Ten perspectives, of varying lengths and subjects, on the best music the recent past had to offer.
Artists from the all-female collaborative concert series go in on their new bandmates.
Miguel’s libidinous album is a musical portrayal of intimacy that expertly parallels the stylistic shifts and complexities of sexuality itself.