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Here's where to start with one of the most influential bands ever.
The talkative frontman looks back on his band's punk epics and lengthy Bob Dylan covers, rating them on a scale of "least best to most best."
Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, and Co. may have introduced the world to the form, but they were far from the first—or last—to tell stories with bombast.
The Austin-based songwriter draws on the Congolese music she heard growing up to make boundless, flowing songs on ‘Swim Team.’
Poison Ivy, Lux Interior, and their cast of collaborators left behind a legacy of heavy, horny, and horrifying songs. Here's where to start.
Written both before and after the breakup of his beloved band LVL UP, Mike Caridi’s ‘Am I’ considers old memories and existential questions.
The newly minted trio took six years to follow-up a No. 1 record and a Grammy. 'Father of the Bride' is shaggy, psychedelic, and wonderfully strange.
The Kyoto quartet premieres their new album 'ITEKOMA HITS' in full before its April 26 release.
Having abruptly disbanded her primary creative outlet for nearly a decade, the songwriter is now working by herself, at her own pace.
The squalls of noise in songs like "Pyramid Estate" show a band willing to dig beneath the surface.
From Fontaines D.C.'s poetic punk to bands like Just Mustard and The Murder Capital, the Irish capital (and its surrounding towns) is turned all the way up.
They play new jams, rarities, and old hits in the NPR office.