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Flying Lotus Ranks His Records

Ahead of his new album 'Flamagra,' the Los Angeles-based producer takes a look back at the psychedelic turns his career has taken.
Colin Joyce
5.23.19
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Scott Devendorf Ranks the National's Stormy Rock Records

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.
Dan Ozzi
5.16.19
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Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox Begrudgingly Ranks His Band’s Albums

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.
Colin Joyce
1.11.19
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Hopeless Records Founder Louis Posen Picks the Label's Ten Best Releases

For the California-based punk label's 25th anniversary, we had the founder pick his ten favorite releases out of a catalog of hundreds.
Dan Ozzi
1.3.19
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The Marked Men’s Mark Ryan Ranks the Band’s Four Seminal Punk Albums

The guitarist of the influential Texas four-piece looks back at their four infectious LPs.
Dan Ozzi
11.29.18
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Tony Hawk Ranks His Video Game Soundtracks

The world's most legendary skateboarder takes a look back at his long-running video game series and plays favorites with its influential soundtracks.
Brendan Menapace
11.27.18
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White Denim's Steve Terebecki Plays Favorites with the Band's Six Albums

Ahead of the release of the Austin psych-rockers' seventh LP, 'Performance,' the bassist/vocalist looks back on their discography.
Bonnie Stiernberg
8.30.18
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Paul Banks Rates Interpol's Five Albums

Ahead of their new record, "Marauder,' Banks reflects on the creation process of the band's catalog.
Mischa Pearlman
8.23.18
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Murder By Death’s Adam Turla Ranks the Band’s Seven Albums

The music industry outliers have quietly amassed one of the most unique and consistent catalogs in indie rock. Here's how their frontman views it.
Dan Ozzi
8.16.18
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Ben Gibbard Ranks Death Cab for Cutie's Eight Albums

Ahead of the release of the band's new album, 'Thank You for Today,' the indie rock icon looks back on a 20-year career of appearances on 'The O.C.,' Grammy nominations, and dodging that whole emo thing.
Dan Ozzi
8.9.18
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Ben Nichols Ranks Lucero’s Eight Albums

Ahead of the release of the Memphis band's new album, 'Among the Ghosts,' the frontman looked back on a 20-year career full of songs about women, work, and bad tattoos.
Dan Ozzi
8.2.18
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Alice In Chains’ Jerry Cantrell Revisits the Band’s Five Records

With a new record in the works, the founding guitarist dug into the band’s back catalog.
Mark Lore
6.7.18
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