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Jon Vinyl Is the 20-Year-Old R&B Master Who Gets That Life is Fragile

The talented Toronto-raised singer seizes fleeting beauty on “Cherry Blossom.”
Devin Pacholik
a day ago
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INTERVIEWS

Lindi Ortega's Demon-Slaying Country Can Conquer All Hardships

The country singer talks about overcoming personal demons, taking the leap for love, and premieres a new song, "Lovers in Love."
Matt Williams
3 days ago
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INTERVIEWS

Jeremy Dutcher Keeps His Dying Language Aloft on the Grandiose "Mehcinut"

The experimental artist talks his upcoming record 'Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa,' challenging listeners and himself to fuse past and present sounds.
Veronica Zaretski
4 days ago
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Will.i.am Saying “Humanity Has Issues, Actually” Is a 2018 Mood

Sure, this is just a line from a BBC interview but actually – ACTUALLY – it sums up where we're at right now.
Lauren O'Neill
5 days ago
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A Pregnant Light's Damian Master Has No Time for False Modesty

The Colloquial Sound Recordings mastermind and dizzyingly prolific "purple metal" musician opens up about his faith, his hubris, and Iron Maiden.
Ashley Naftule
2.9.18
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INTERVIEWS

England's Jade Bird Found the Truth in Southern Feminism

How the "Something American" singer-songwriter is inspired by the strong women of her past.
Ilana Kaplan
2.8.18
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INTERVIEWS

Stream 'Onion,' the Grief-Stricken New Album from Shannon & the Clams

The band's fifth album is a eulogy and tribute to the victims of the Ghost Ship fire, expressed through heartbreaking girl group-inspired melodies and doo-wop rhythms.
Alex Robert Ross
2.8.18
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INTERVIEWS

If You're Mad as Hell Right Now, You Need U.S. Girls

Meg Remy talks about her new album 'In A Poem Unlimited,' #MeToo, and only being an authority on her own experiences.
Sarah MacDonald
2.6.18
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INTERVIEWS

'The Chi' Soundtracks Hope and Beautiful Flaws on Chicago's South Side

Barry Cole, music supervisor on films like 'Belly' and 'Brown Sugar,' captures the spirit of Chicago in Lena Waithe's 'The Chi.'
Kristin Corry
2.5.18
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INTERVIEWS

Legal Weed Forced This Denver DIY Lifer to Leave Town

How the industry of legal 420 crushed Speedwolf howler Reed Bruemmer’s dreams of Denver 666.
Chris Krovatin
1.31.18
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INTERVIEWS

The Allah-Las Made a Covers Album That Actually Rules

We sat down with the LA garage outfit to talk the art of covers, a terrorist threat on their show, and making music in times of chaos.
Lindsay MaHarry
1.31.18
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Premieres

Anna Burch's New Track Is Anxious and Relatable, Like All Good Indie Rock

The Detroit singer-songwriter talks astrology, living in Chicago, and her Polyvinyl debut album, 'Quit the Curse.'
Josh Terry
1.30.18