Frontman Dylan Baldi finally dives into his parents’ favorite band’s best album.
New projects from Khalid, Lil Yachty, and How to Dress Well top this week's list.
They'll be joined by Cloud Nothings, Speedy Ortiz, and the rest of the Carpark Records roster.
This shit sounds like a haunted arcade made from meat, out-of-date mushrooms and every nightmare you've ever had about happy clowns.
The Dean of American Rock Critics hears growth in Dylan Baldi's lyrics and indistinct murmurs in The xx's 'I See You.'
The clip is directed by Emeralds' John Elliot with assistance from Ryan Manning.
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The band opens up about their new record "Here and Nowhere Else," and what it's like to play music with an instrument that is not a laptop.