A Void Wider Than Gender
Here's what my life has been like since my father came out as trans.
La Roux's Uncomfortable Paradise
Five years after her debut album and La Roux is finally back. She's been listening to a lot of dub and putting her anxiety behind her.
Kate Nash: Remembering the Little Things
The British singer-songwriter tells us how her record label broke up with her over text message, and how sometimes you forget to pay the water bill.
Bishop Allen Share “Why I Had to Go” and Explain Why They Had to Come Back After a Five Year Hiatus
Justin Rice of the beloved indie pop band talks about their first album in five years, 'Lights Out,' Joan Didion, and his punk roots.
James Vincent McMorrow Is Living Proof That You Should Never Underestimate an Irishman
And that hip-hop is a great distraction from sorrow.
Sippin' the Kool-Aid of the Cosmos with Jenny Lewis
Jenny Lewis opens up about her new album The Voyager, dealing with loss, and battling insomnia.
we saw this
I Went to Northern Ireland and Did the Most Irish Things Ever: Drank Whiskey and Listened to Folk Music
At the Bushmills Live Music Festival, there is a lot of Bushmills to drink.
Fyfe's "For You" Is Here to Dance with You and Break Your Heart
It's a beautiful summer day, so why don't you spend it inside crying?
Give Yourself a Little Hope with Pawws' "Just Be Kind"
Meet classically trained vocalist Lucy Taylor, who's worked with MGMT and has the perfect sad 80s vibe.
Longreads Or Whatever
Mark McGuire Got Pulled Over While Telling Me Why Our Society Sucks
Don't call his music New Age, just accept its peaceful, respectful, nature-friendly message into your life.
Frankie Cosmos Is Here to Show You Her Own Universe
Greta Kline has created her own musical universe as Frankie Cosmos. Here's her story and the premiere of the video for the new track "Embody."
Colorado's Best Kept Secret: Stream Roo & The Howl's Debut Record, 'Me/We'
How a former church girl in Colorado Springs is breaking out as one of this year's most compelling folk-pop purveyors.