The Minneapolis musician's debut EP is a culmination of several years spent honing his diverse technical skill set and embracing the ups and downs of living a creative life, overcoming personal grief, and learning self-love.
We chat with the Brisbane singer-producer about the making of her dazzling new project, sonic influences, taking a single-focused approach to releasing music and more.
Musicians and event organizers have utilized the digital space so that audiences from all over the world can enjoy live music from the comforts of their homes. Are online concerts and virtual festivals the future or just another passing fad?
While the white t-shirt has been a cultural staple for decades, Dem Franchize Boyz turned the unassuming article of clothing into a statement piece and became a permanent part of the hip-hop lexicon.
The band's fourth project considers a new perspective – that of the striving performer, a lens which automatically invites autobiographical speculation.
We chat with frontman Andrew Nelson about his band's new album, drawing from personal trauma to write songs, his relationship with the road and more.
Introspective indie crooner Alejandro Juarez is back with a fresh collaboration that observes the inevitability of change.
The Nashville tandem's new record is a hauntingly beautiful Americana album that explores our perpetual disconnection with time in the age of coronavirus.
The stomping country-rocker is the first single from Lemondrops, a new series by Lemonade Records geared towards spotlighting independent artists.
Over four short tracks, the Los Angeles natives create a mixture of fast-moving instrumental beds and tender vignettes that together amount to a delightful and carefully-measured chaos.
A personal anecdote on coming to know the iconic album and its enduring brilliance.
Socially-distanced live music is slowly appearing in certain corners of the world. In a new column, Oliver Cable writes of the fleeting feeling we've missed since early March.
The L.A. singer's cosmic new album 'Magic Mirror' is out January 15.
The visual project includes a series of live performances and ambient scenes inspired by meditation, balance and tranquility.
The new collaborative project offers a disparate blend of cosmic soundscapes, western and eastern psychedelia, and computer music.
The U.K. singer-songwriter's third album is unabashedly nostalgic, recalling details in a way that evokes genuine longing.
Other people were the tastemakers for the first five or so years of my awareness of music. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 changed all that.
The possible return of a beloved red dirt band, a Nashville up-and-comer is back with a new song, a Bakersfield crooner reappears with an album of classic covers, and country radio’s rising star releases his latest single.
The second collaboration from L'Orange and Solemn Brigham is another captivating work full of laser-sharp lyricism and dusty and groove-centric sampling.
We caught up with the Lakeland native to talk about his new releases, his entrepreneurial background, solitude as a component of creativity and more.
The legendary duo's third full-length collaborative effort brings their journey full circle, flexing their superior skill and craftsmanship to create an ambitious, 95-minute jazz-rap opus that celebrates and pays homage to a rich musical and cultural history.
The Portland indie folk singer's new album, My Echo, is out October 23rd.
On his new record, the well-traveled Texas blues man makes you feel as if he's lived through every note he plays.
On her 11th studio album, McKenna proves once more that she is adept at crafting warm and somber Americana with a heartfelt message.
The self-titled project from the newly formed supergroup illuminates a vibe and cheerfulness only attainable when collaborators are closely bonded by friendship.
The baritoned Canadian's new album, Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs, arrives August 28th.
On their new album, the Atlanta rapper-producer uses comic book fan-fiction as a vehicle for their societal observations and personal anxieties.
The Chicago singer-songwriter talks about recording his fiery new track and the responsibility he feels to speak out and encourage others in the fight against injustice.
Each person who enters through the doors keeps the fear of failure at bay for another five minutes, and if you can do that enough, it starts to feels like a success. Yet those who come out saying: “I was really blown away" – those are the people I should be counting.
We chat with singer-songwriter Dorothy Daniel about her band's bluesy new record, creative life during the pandemic, pursuing alternative medicine and more.