Liz Phair


Idaho's Treefort Is Better Than the Mega-Festivals

Why I traveled all the way from Australia to Boise, Idaho in a time when the lineups for most music festivals all seem the same.


After 25 Years in Guyville, Liz Phair Is Glad to Be in Woman-World

On the 25th anniversary of her breakout album, ‘Exile in Guyville,’ the rock icon discusses the exciting progress in the music industry, what new artists she likes, and meeting Mick Jagger.


Watch Liz Phair Play "Fuck and Run" with Best Coast at a Planned Parenthood Fundraiser

They also played Best Coast's “When I'm With You.”


Peering into the Abyss with Ryan Adams

We join the newly-divorced singer in LA to dissect his 16th LP 'Prisoner,' but wind up discussing loneliness, black holes, Taylor Swift, and everything in-between.


What Will We Continue to Learn from Prince's Legacy?

The music of Prince will from now on live as refracted by others, at karaoke bars or in ersatz jukebox sets or in cover form.


Mo Kenney's "Mountains to the Mess" Is Sensually Refreshing

Her sultry vocals and the guitar’s fuzzy, tortured whine makes “Mountains to the Mess” a sexy, mysterious song.


12 Bad Albums That Got You into Good Bands

You don't always find a band through their classic album. Sometimes you discover them through their dud.


The Other Liz Phair Anniversary this Week

Our exhaustive interview with one of the greatest to ever do it about her much maligned eponymous album that found her working with Avril Lavigne's producers, got a 0.0 from Pitchfork, had a song called "Hot White Cum" on it, and just might be a misunders