Long Live The National
With the release of the band's seventh album 'Sleep Well Beast,' the indie rock stalwarts look to make their legacy a lasting one.
I Did Hypnosis with My Mom to Try and Cure Our Shared Anxiety
I don't know if my tendency to panic is inherited, learned, or a combination of the two. What I do know is that my mom feared the devil might possess me as a baby.
The Deep Thoughts and Smooth Pop of Slow Dancer
We talk to the Aussie singer, set to drop his second LP 'In a Mood,' this June. Plus, here's the first listen of this new song "It Goes On."
The Best Places to Cry at SXSW
The only guide you need for music's biggest week.
Two Months' Rent in a Day or “Exposure”: How Austin Musicians Juggle Work at SXSW
Tip well in Austin: Your bartender might be in your new favorite band.
It's Lit Upon the Lake: How Whitney Became a Real Band for Real People
The Chicago band's songwriters talk about Ludacris's Instagram and moving on from past projects with their new album 'Light Upon The Lake.'
Brewskies with the Bearskies: Drinking in the Name of Indie Rock with Bear Hands
The Brooklyn band reflects on partying and growing older with their new album 'You’ll Pay For This.'
Thao Nguyen Gets Down and Gets Personal: "Everyone Is Just Trying Communicate"
The indie stalwart's fifth album, 'A Man Alive,' excavates her relationship with her estranged father, and the shows are bringing people to tears.
It Hurts Until It Doesn't: Mothers Rock Through Fury and Sometimes Tears
The Athens, Georgia, band's debut album 'When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired' is singer-songwriter prog rock for grown up emo kids.
Stuck on Day Wave, California's Melancholy Dreamer
We paid a visit to Jackson Phillips's Oakland home before his new EP 'Hard to Read' comes out to see where he makes the laid-back music that's grabbing tastemakers' attention.