Beck Sleepwalks Through ‘Morning Phase’
Music, Reviews: The sequel to 'Sea Change' is here, and it sounds like a sequel to 'Sea Change.'
Stream the Crushing Debut LP From Hark (Ex-Taint), ‘Crystalline’
Music, New Noise: Stoner metal fans and crusties listen up, we've got a new band you're going to want to check out.
Drive-By Truckers Continue Their Run of Thoughtful Songwriting and Straight-Up Rock & Roll with ‘English Oceans’
Music, Reviews: 'English Oceans' has a few dead bodies, at least one stripper, some asshole politicians, broken relationships, girls making clowns of men, and people in small towns working jobs they hate. Which is to say, it’s a Drive-By Truckers album.
The Sword & Big Business Ride Through Cambridge
Music, Shows: This weekend, The Sword brought their latest headlining jaunt through Cambridge, Massachusetts with Big Business and Atlanta’s O’Brother in tow.
Introducing Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas
Music, New Noise: You know the real deal when you hear it, and when I got my copy of Jessica's 'Demons' EP, I was sold.
Headed to Austin for SXSW? You’re Invited to Antiquiet’s Never Official Showcase
Festivals, Music: Our showcase is set for Wednesday, 3/12 at Rusty's, featuring Grieves, The Last Internationale, Battle Tapes, Ume, Nicole Atkins, 8mm, Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas, and John Flanagan.
St. Vincent’s Breakthrough Self-Titled Album Brings Order to Her Chaos
Music, Reviews: St. Vincent is as kooky as ever. But the songs on new self-titled album have a new coherence that finally broadens her appeal to potentially interest semi-normal people with functional chemical balances.
Phantogram’s ‘Voices’ Tend to Mumble on Second LP
Music, Reviews: As background music goes, you could stand to do a lot worse than Voices, which stays out of your way and delivers a constant stream of atmospheric, mildly sultry pop. But if you want something solid you can sink your teeth into, just go back to Eyelid Movies.
The Roots’ ‘Things Fall Apart’ Turns 15
Music, Retro: 'Things Fall Apart' fell shy of its grand ambitions, and didn't connect with the mainstream. But it's a great album that has withstood the test of time, worth celebrating on its 15 year anniversary.
Brody Dalle Unleashes New Solo Material in Southern California
Music, Shows: Brody Dalle unleashed her new solo material on Southern California this weekend. No less than a year's worth of passion and love is backing up her fierce return.