We Are Drowning in a Devolved World: An Open Letter from Devo
Following the band's Rock Hall nomination, founder Gerald Casale reflects on its dystopian legacy in the age of Trump.
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You Tell Me Wrote a Lively Song About an Ordinary “Water Cooler” Romance
The duo talk about their serendipitous meeting at a Kate Bush concert and the tired joke of explaining their band name to people.
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The Guide to Getting Into Brian Eno, the Playful Genius
From ambient soundtracks to alien planets to mega-hits fit for supermarkets to, uh, working with Coldplay, the legendary English producer has done it all. Here's where to start.
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The Guide to Getting into Roxy Music
Featuring Bryan Ferry and Brian Eno, Roxy Music’s melodramatic yet undersung art rock paved the way for punk, new wave, and decades of music to come.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Please Give Us the 15-Year Anniversary Tour We Deserve
'Fever to Tell' is just the sort of groundbreaking album that warrants another live outing.
The Art Rock Rebellion of Torres
On her third LP, 'Three Futures,' Mackenzie Scott lets go of her fears, celebrates the body, and finds comfort in acceptance. She tells us that she's just making up for lost time.
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Oxbow's Violent Art Rock Is a Meta-Commentary on Masculinity
The experimentalists return with 'The Thin Black Duke,' their first album in a decade, still as weird and aggressive as ever.
Manchester Post-Punk Is Alive and Well on Dutch Uncles' 'Big Balloon', Thank You Very Much
Better than your actual uncles.
Amen and Hello: Yeasayer Return from the Wilderness
It's been four years since their last LP, but now Yeasayer are back with 'Amen & Goodbye' and a newfound respect for goats.
Kele Okereke: "This is a new territory for me, singing about desire"
We talked to the Bloc Party frontman from bed about his most personal album to date.