M83's Anthony Gonzalez Wants People to Forget About 'Midnight City'
With Gonzalez's forthcoming release 'DSVII,' he seeks to cleanse himself of both the success of 'Hurry Up, We're Dreaming' and the failure of 'Junk,' and to figure out what's next for M83.
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Beyoncé's 'Lion King' Anthems and 7 More of the Week's Best Albums
Micro rock songs and ornate noise make up the rest of this week's essential listening.
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Bill Callahan's Existential Pastorals and 7 More Albums for Heavy Rotation
This week's essential listening also includes gothic synth recordings and watery R&B.
SadGirl Make Music to Soundtrack LA and All of Its Contradictions
The swooning, romantic guitar pop on the trio's new album 'Water' is perfect for a city of endless possibility.
DaBaby Makes the Funniest Videos in Rap
His major label debut 'Baby on Baby' features bars that might make you chuckle, but he really shines on screen as a goofy absurdist.
Jimmy Buffett on the Role He Was Born to Play: Himself
We talked to the king parrothead about his role in 'The Beach Bum,' working with Snoop Dogg, and why retirement is overrated.
WHY? Look Back on 10 Years of ‘Alopecia,’ Their Beloved Accident
Four days on tour with Yoni Wolf and co., reflecting on the boundary pushing art-rap-rock(?) record that made them stars of a certain scene.
An Interview with David Nance While His Dog Was Shitting
The Omaha songwriter makes freewheeling records meant for crackin' beers and opens for Jack White at baseball stadiums. Is that what success looks like in rock these days? Who knows, who cares.
Zack Fox Begrudgingly Explains the "Square Up Challenge"
We talk to the writer, comedian, and rapper(?) about his creative process and his radio show 'Bruh.'
SRSQ's Floating, Abstract 'Unreality' Mines Grief You Can't Talk About
The first solo album from Them Are Us Too's Kennedy Ashlyn—premiering in full—is an attempt to process the death of her late bandmate, Cash Askew.
No Man Has a Voice Like Colter Wall
The country music wunderkind speaks on his new album 'Songs of the Plains,' 11 tracks of vintage country and heartbroken triumph. Stream it now.
The Marcus King Band's 'Carolina Confessions' Is a Country Music Gut-Punch
Dave Cobb produced the triumphant record from the 22-year-old's band. Stream it now.