stream of the crop

Stream of the Crop: 10 New Albums for Heavy Rotation

New records from Yves Tumor, Waxahatchee, and Joey Purp top this week's list.
Colin Joyce
Alex Robert Ross
Eric Sundermann

Snail Mail and Waxahatchee, Legends, Covered Sheryl Crow's "Strong Enough"

Katie Crutchfield and Lindsey Jordan dedicated their cover "to all the heteros."
Shaad D’Souza

Photos of the Best Moments from Noisey's Emerge Impact + Music Fest

See the best photos of our weekend of Vegas shows, featuring Cuco, Twin Shadow, Vagabon, Rhye, Cupcakke, War on Women, and many, many more.
Noisey Staff
Pity Party

Years Later, Waxahatchee’s 2012 Debut Album Is Like a January Cure

How Katie Crutchfield's 'American Weekend' helps push through the year's first long weeks of solitary drudgery.
Lauren O'Neill
New music

Superchunk's New Single with Waxahatchee and Stephin Merritt Effing Rules

"Erasure" is probably the closest you'll get to an alt-rock supergroup.
Lauren O'Neill
Noisey News

Katie Crutchfield and Kevin Morby Cover The Velvet Underground, Are Cute

They shared a sweet rendition of "After Hours" via Crutchfield's Tumblr page.
Lauren O'Neill
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

Robert Christgau on Waxahatchee's Brilliant New Anger

The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Katie Crutchfield's latest album and a new LP from Beth Ditto.
Robert Christgau
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here's an Ethereal New Waxahatchee Video For "Recite Remorse"

It's another visual for a track from 'Out in the Storm.'
Lauren O'Neill
New music

Waxahatchee's Transformative New Album 'Out In The Storm' Is Streaming Now

Hear the fourth solo LP from Katie Crutchfield via NPR, ahead of its July 14 release.
Lauren O'Neill
New music

Listen to Waxahatchee's Cathartic Power Pop Slammer "Never Been Wrong"

Hell yeah you bet you're gonna reconsider your past relationships.
Phil Witmer
New music

Listen to "Silver," a Fuzzy New Slice of Pop from Waxahatchee

It's the first song from her new album 'Out in the Storm,' due July 14.
Lauren O'Neill

Hitting a Low to Come Up Fearless: Allison Crutchfield’s Next Chapter

From the rubble Philly band Swearin'—and the biggest heartbreak of her life—the 28-year-old singer returns with her debut solo LP: her most searingly honest work to date.
Ilana Kaplan