Aug. 23 2016
Grrrl Independent Ladies evolved from a festival that Mendoza hosted in 2015 on International Women's Day featuring female musicians from Tijuana
Aug. 17 2016
As Digable Planets get ready for the next leg of their tour, however, Doodlebug says they’re also planning on doing something they haven’t done for a long time: Make new music
Aug. 10 2016
For as much press has been given to a supposed resurgence of vinyl, the increase in demand (and by extension, supply) has only added to the hurdles that record stores face
Aug. 2 2016
Jeremy Bolm knows something about getting kicked while you're down. The vocalist of Los Angeles post-hardcore band Touche Amore spent 2015 grieving his mother's death after a battle with cancer
July 26 2016
Too bad there's not a better way to say "wise beyond her years." Lucy Dacus deserves more. But it almost seems impossible to imagine anyone coming to a different conclusion after listening to the 21-year-old...
July 19 2016
About halfway through Inter Arma's new album Paradise Gallows sits a seven-minute slab of gloriously buzzy post-metal as high-minded and horizon-wide as anything the band has ever done
July 12 2016
Listeners of Fear of Men's second album, Fall Forever, are likely to notice there's something different about the UK-based indie pop outfit this time around
July 6 2016
Three songs into White Lung's new album, Paradise, the Vancouver band sends an immediate signal that things are changing
June 28 2016
Kevin Morby isn't flashy. He isn't known for on-stage antics, run-ins with the law or heroic battles with substance abuse
June 21 2016
This current 70-date tour of Pet Sounds is the last chance to hear it performed as a complete package, which increases the urgency behind it
June 15 2016
When listening to cellist Zoë Keating’s recordings, you could be forgiven for thinking you were hearing an entire orchestra
June 7 2016
It might come as a surprise to hear that Nylon Apartments, a band with such a distinctive sound and unified aesthetic, was born of something so unstructured and open-ended
May 31 2016
It's all too easy for a young band to bite off more than they can chew. Toronto punk band PUP learned that lesson the hard way in 2015 after setting a goal that turned out to be a little too amb
May 24 2016
In more than 25 years of performing and writing music, North Carolina singer/songwriter Eric Bachmann has only released two albums under his own name
May 18 2016
There's a tired bit of conventional wisdom about how The Cure’s music resonates most strongly with teenagers
May 10 2016
It's tempting to call the 47-year-old's recent succession of acclaimed solo albums a career renaissance. However, Grant sees it more as a grand coming-out party
May 3 2016
The first time a Beyoncé song saved me, I was 24 and had broken up with my high school sweetheart. Two weeks later, we were technically back together. Like most things, it was Kanye's fault
April 27 2016
Mosquito. That’s the name Chicago post-rock pioneers Tortoise went by at the beginning of their career. Not exactly an image that conjures the longevity and sturdiness that’s been synonymous...
April 19 2016
Older, maybe, but Black Mountain hasn't softened a bit. Playing music in your 12th year as a band versus your second, however, requires thinking differently about your approach
April 12 2016
The more famous Bombino becomes, the more sharply that fame contrasts the modest personality of Nigerien guitarist Omara Moctar. But that's working within the premise that Moctar and Bombino are one
Grrrl Independent Ladies evolved from a festival that Mendoza hosted in 2015 on International Women's Day featuring female musicians from Tijuana


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