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7.6.18

Robert Christgau on Merrill Garbus's Creative Compulsions

The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews tUnE-yArDs' 'I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life,' Courtney Barnett's 'Tell Me How You Really Feel,' and Neko Case's 'Hell-On.'

10.3.16

Inside The Hum’s Quest for Female Solidarity in the Music Industry

We meet the brains behind this twice annual, month-long residency that brings together female artists—including Emmy the Great and Cibo Matto—for one off collaborations.

4.7.16

Thao Nguyen Gets Down and Gets Personal: "Everyone Is Just Trying To Communicate"

The indie stalwart's fifth album, 'A Man Alive,' excavates her relationship with her estranged father, and the shows are bringing people to tears.

3.18.16

Who Says Girls Can't Find Music? We Talked to the Female A&R Who Signed Grimes

Jane Abernethy signed Grimes and tUnE-yArDs to 4AD and in this frank interview she discusses her decade's worth of experience, seeking out new music, and quashing sexism in the industry.

9.17.15

PREMIERE: Savor the Last Days of Summer with Tone of Arc's "Hunter Doe"

The standalone single arrives ahead of their set at this weekend's Symbiosis Gathering in Oakdale, California.

6.22.15

From Talking Heads to Twirling Flags: Behind the Scenes of David Byrne’s ‘Contemporary Color’

We sat in on a rehearsal for the legendary musician's ambitious color guard project that arrives this week in Toronto and Brooklyn.

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5.18.15

How tUnE-yArDs Turned the Drought into a Dance Song

Song Exploder and Merill Garbus wade through "Water Fountain" off the tUnE-yArDs album, 'Nikki Nack' (4AD).

7.21.14

Pitchfork Festival, Reviewed Through Inanimate Objects

From freshly cut hair to condom balloons to Stuff in general, these were the literal things that made Pitchfork unforgettable.

7.21.14

The Best-Dressed Acts of Pitchfork Music Festival

No basic zone.

7.20.14

The Scenes of Pitchfork Music Festival, Day Two

Pusha T, Danny Brown, Twin Peaks in a wheelchair, St. Vincent, The Field, and more.

5.6.14

tUnE-yArDs Has Become Too Quirky for Her Own Good

She is now everything her critics always accused her of.

4.18.11

New Music You Should Hear: Clams Casino, Cold Cave, Tune-Yards, Staccato Du Mal

Here are four new electronic and electronic-ish albums worth listening to at this moment in time, from our cousins at Vice: h3. Clams Casino / Instrumentals (Self-released)