SUB POP

Interviews

Orville Peck Is a Lone Stranger Singing Country Songs From Behind a Mask

The queer cowboy and pseudonymous country singer discusses his evocative campfire torchsongs and debuts the music video for his latest single “Turn To Hate.”
Gary Suarez
3.20.19
Essays

Forth Wanderers' Ava Trilling on Touring with Panic Disorder

"Every time I would tell people about the tour I was told how great an opportunity it was. This was encouraging, but I couldn’t help but feel guilty—this great opportunity only brought me dread."
Ava Trilling
3.11.19
New music

Mudhoney Snarl Through "Paranoid Core," Confirm First New Album in 5 Years

'Digital Garbage' is out via Sub Pop on September 28.
Alex Robert Ross
7.10.18
New music

Low Are Back with Three (Mostly) Caustic New Songs

"Quorum," "Dancing and Blood," and "Fly" are the first three songs from 'Double Negative,' the band's 12th studio LP, out on Sub Pop in September.
Alex Robert Ross
6.12.18
Interviews

King Tuff Was Dead, but Now He Feels Like a Kid Again

Kyle Thomas has spent much of his career crafting perfect, scuzzy power-pop as King Tuff, developing a devilish, beer-swilling reputation. On his fifth LP as King Tuff, he's finally his cosmic self.
Alex Robert Ross
5.2.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Frankie Cosmos' New Video Is Basically an Episode of Your Favorite Sitcom

The Tom Scharpling-directed clip has humour, pathos, and a sweetly touching story arc.
Lauren O'Neill
5.1.18
New music

Forth Wanderers' Sub Pop Debut Is Damn Good, and You Can Stream It Now

The New Jersey five-piece's Sub Pop debut rules. Listen to it now so your friends will think you're cool.
Alex Robert Ross
4.23.18
Noisey Next

Forth Wanderers Are Indie Rock's Next Great Nostalgists

Now signed to Sub Pop, five college-aged childhood friends from New Jersey keep growing up together on their blissful self-titled album.
Leah Mandel
4.18.18
Noisey News

The Thermals Are Breaking Up, and That Sucks

The Portland-based indie band are calling it quits after a 15-year career in which they barely put a foot wrong.
Alex Robert Ross
4.9.18
New music

You Guys, The New Frankie Cosmos Album is Really Good

Here are eighteen new tracks and a video that looks like a slime tutorial
Daisy Jones
3.28.18
Noisey News

Seattle's KEXP Is Celebrating Sub Pop By Playing Their Releases in Order

"This is going to be a really fun pain in the ass!" a KEXP host said of their celebration of the influential label's 30th anniversary.
Alex Robert Ross
3.9.18
Premieres

With "Nevermine," Forth Wanderers Set the Bar for Indie Rock in 2018

The latest single from the New Jersey band's forthcoming Sub Pop debut is winding, restless, and effortlessly self-confident.
Alex Robert Ross
3.8.18
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