Woodstock '99 Was the Shape of Toxic Masculinity to Come
The violence, nihilism, and pervasive misogyny of Woodstock '99 foretold an America that no longer believed in free love.
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Nothing Will Save Us
The Philadelphia underdogs are void fuckers in a time that calls for it. They rose from hardship to become one of today's most beloved cult rock bands—but they still feel misunderstood.
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Trip Metal Festival Is One of America's Last Refuges for Real Freaks
The Detroit festival remains one of the most forward thinking festivals in America.
To Iceage, With Love
The Danish group's new album 'Beyondless' is wonderful. Fuck the facts, Iceage are the greatest rock and roll band in the world.
Physique's Debut Album Is Anarchic Hardcore of Mythic Proportions
In part made up of former members of G.L.O.S.S., the d-beat destroyers set their sights on "inept politicians, land stolen from indigenous peoples, gender struggles, genetic manipulations" on 'Punk Life Is Shit.'
Bombino, the World's Best Guitarist™, Shares New Song "Tehigren"
The international star announces a new record called 'Deran' on May 18 via Partisan Records.
Hollie Cook's New Album Will Warm Your Cold, Dead Heart
'Vessel of Love,' due January 26 on Merge, is a collection of abstract, reggae-leaning love songs, born from a period of anxiety and depression.
Do People Who Hate Kanye Have Dreams?
We're all constantly yelling at each other about Radiohead or Lana Del Rey or Whatever Else. Is it even possible to like anything anymore? What the hell is happening to us?
His Electro Blue Voice's 'Mental Hoop' Is an Anxious Blast into the Void
We spoke to Francesco Mariani, the lead singer of one of Italy's most confounding rock acts, on the eve of their latest record.
James Sands Is Ready for the Bright Lights
The busy life and rosy future of New York City Football Club's youngest player.
Almost 20 Years Later, Coil’s Drone Masterpiece Is Still a Record Out of Time
Drew McDowall revisits ‘Time Machines’ psychotropic qualities ahead of the record’s October 13 reissue on Dais Records.
Blockhead's New Album Is Instrumental Hip-Hop for the Enlightened Stoner
The producer born Tony Simon talks 'Funeral Balloons,' more music for you take drugs and lay around to.