Amélie Rousseaux shares the songs that influenced her debut album, Waves, after relocating from Paris to Los Angeles.
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Emmett Kelly dissects Guided by Voices, lost-love songs, and "a teenage bodhisattva on the edge of oblivion"
Luke Haines (the Auteurs, Black Box Recorder) thinks Ty had a little Marc in his heart.
The perfect playlist to usher in fall.
Some perfect summer classics to get your weekend started.
The prolific psych-rocker's new album is all wicked come-ons, guitars in street fights and depraved children wanting more. It is full-on Zen hedonism.
From multi-song suites to playing most of the instruments himself, Mikal Cronin gets ambitious on the triumphant MCIII.