Man Mistakes Thin Lizzy Lyrics on Cheese Label for 'Threat of Mass Death'
Thin Lizzy’s “Angel of Death” hasn't made a lot of waves since the early 80s—until its lyrics appeared on a hunk of mozzarella.
Stella Donnelly Is Ready to Piss a Lot of People Off
The Australian songwriter's debut album 'Beware of the Dogs' sticks the knife in misogynists and other regressive bullshit artists. She knows that some won't take too kindly to that.
Stevie Nicks Says She Has a "Shawl Vault" in Amazing New Interview
Ahead of her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist, the 70-year-old Fleetwood Mac icon talked with Rolling Stone.
Queen Zee Sound Like the Future of British Rock
Part Marilyn Manson, part Dead or Alive, the Liverpool five-piece and their self-titled debut are pure, joyous energy.
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.
Fleetwood Mac-Themed Bar Opens in Chicago
The Stevie Nicks-worshipping pop-up involves edible glitter, decorative palmistry hands, activated charcoal, and like, magic and stuff.
Utah Doom Duo Eagle Twin Are Apocalyptic Mythmakers
Stream the SLC doomsayers' new album, 'The Thundering Heard,' and dig into its naturalistic, literary-inspired mythos.
The "Young Blood" Jack White Thinks Rock Needs Is Right Here
In a recent radio interview, White said he's waiting for guitar music to "explode" again. But these bands are already on it.
Guitar Moves with Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett
Matt Sweeney met up with the pair in Palm Springs just after the release of their album, 'Lotta Sea Lice' to talk about how they play.
We Humbly Suggest That the Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile Record Kicks Ass
The two like-minded songwriters teamed up for 'Lotta Sea Lice,' an album that feels like a dream.
'Brazil's Best Punk Club, the Tarantella,' Today's Comic by Pedro D'Apremont
This grungy bar had some good music, some bad fights, and some odd patrons.
The Defiant Sound of Asian American Women in Indie Rock
Artists like Jay Som, Japanese Breakfast, and Mitski are at the forefront of indie rock, creating space for Asian American women.