Rank Your Records
The long-running label is responsible for over 350 indie rock releases. Matt Lunsford pinpoints 10 pivotal moments in its history, including albums by Japandroids, American Football, and Jay Som.
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."
Ahead of their new album 'I Am Easy to Find,' the band's bassist reflects on their moving music, which has shown up on arena stages and in MMA movies.
The daughter of founder Jim Nash orders the Chicago label’s expansive catalog ahead of her new documentary 'Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records.'
Ahead of the band's new album, 'Why You So Crazy,' the frontman puts his records in order, from least amazing to most amazing.
On the eve of the release of his band's seventh LP, Cox looks back on a wild catalog—a process he says is kinda like a visa interview.
For the California-based punk label's 25th anniversary, we had the founder pick his ten favorite releases out of a catalog of hundreds.
The guitarist of the influential Texas four-piece looks back at their four infectious LPs.
The longrunning Canadian indie rockers are about to hit the 20-year mark as a band. Co-founder Campbell takes an honest look back at the eight albums they've made in that time.