The Chapel Hill guitarist’s debut album makes its way to none other than Worried Songs for a physical release.
Listening to ‘The Epic’ by Kamasi Washington￼
The CableWrites column dives deep into the grandiosity of one of the modern era's great jazz records.
Jerry David DeCicca – The Unlikely Optimist and His Domestic Adventures
DeCicca’s fourth LP is now available on vinyl through UK outsider folk imprint Worried Songs.
Cecilia James on the Ebbs and Flows of Creativity and Her Dreamy New EP, ‘Different Ground’
The budding songstress shares about the ebbs and flows of being a multi-disciplinary artist, learning how to process emotions of the past, and the songs that wound up making her debut release.
Go Live: How Rapper and Producer Gios4ma Turned a Series of Collaborative Sprees Into His Best Album Yet
The Jackson up and comer shares on the inspirations for his new album, putting his city on the map, and the importance of online community.
forty-thousand in a field
"The music was good, but I think the real headliner was the fact the festival was happening at all. Everyone just seemed so buzzed to be back."
Mojo Mountain: Alexandra Riorden Details Her Ambitious Debut Album, ‘Angel City Radio’
The Santa Barbara-based songwriter goes deep on her debut album, her love for Patti Smith, and the healing power of music.
this is not a column
Longtime scribe and Riffs & Rhymes columnist Oliver Cable shares his latest dispatch from a near post-pandemic London in a special "letter to" our editor.
Cecilia James – Pretty In Your Eyes
The second single from the Santa Barbara-based starlet's debut EP offers another glimpse at the budding songwriter's intimate style with a stunning video that takes after the goth-inspired imagery of cult TV and cinema classics Twin Peaks and The Virgin Suicides.
Wolf Alice – Blue Weekend
The third album from the London-based band revels in the temporality of emotion, and capitalizes on the particular treasures that come from the certainty that all things - good, bad, and indifferent - must end.
Spencer Cullum – Imminent Shadow
Spencer Cullum's 'Coin Collection' will receive a UK release through Full Time Hobby on September 21.
Michael Cormier – Last Hurrah
The third single from his forthcoming LP, Cormier's new music video is a cartoonish portrayal of isolation and late 20s ennui.
Will Graefe – Marine Life
The Brooklyn songwriter's second solo record is a mercurial breakup album comprised of fragile lullabies that speak to his budding compositional skills.
Perpetual Doom – It’s So Easy (When You Know What You’re Doing): A Tribute to Ted Lucas
The new covers record pays homage to the highly coveted, lone solo album from legendary Detroit artist Ted Lucas.
Country Music Lifer Stephen Flatt Opens Up on His Debut Solo Album and Rich Musical Background
The Nashville musician and songwriter talks about releasing his debut album at 45, his early days with Flatt & Alvis, and why living a normal life is essential to his creativity.
Jeffrey Silverstein – Torii Gates
The PDX musician's new EP explores companionship, the free will of nature, and conscious living as essential pieces to the puzzle of inner peace.
DL Rossi on Self-Forgiveness, Americana Music, and Recording an Album Over Zoom
The Michigan-born songwriter goes deep on the making of his new album, 'Lonesome Kind.'
Justin Kass – It’s All a Dream
The Santa Barbara native's debut album sees the young multi-instrumentalist lean hard into his deepest psychedelic influences, crafting a set of songs that liken to a luminous garden of trance and wonder.
Esther Rose – How Many Times
The New Orleans country-folkster's third album is packed with cathartic singalongs and honky-tonk heartbreakers.
“10 Mile Stereo” Fortnightly Playlist
Our running playlist is back and revamped with a fresh new look!
75 Badass Baseball Walk-Up Songs
The greatest running list of walk up songs on the internet has returned to coincide with the start of MLB's highly anticipated 2021 season.
A Reflection on My First Music Writer Exercise
An in-depth recap of what it was like to listen to and write about a new album for 28 consecutive days.
Dylan Ryan / Sand – “Light Sleeper”
Taking cues from the electronic impressionism of Tangerine Dream and Cluster, the latest cut from Dylan Ryan consistently sounds as if it is on the verge of eruption.
Unlucky Sonny – “Home”
The L.A. indie rockers' new track is punchy and playful, a tasteful mix of alternative flair and modern guitar pop.
Adeline Hotel – Good Timing
The acoustic companion to last year's 'Solid Love,' Knishkowy's new album marks a departure from traditional songwriting and sees the New York tunesmith working more like a composer.
Max and the Martians – “Milky Way”
The third single from the band's forthcoming LP is accompanied by a whimsical music video of cosmic proportions.
Maxton Hunter’s ‘Paradise Syndrome’ is a Slice of West Coast Euphoria
We chat with the budding producer about his new EP, his drive as a collaborator, and the challenges of recording alone.
Q&A: Kipper Gillespie – No Sunshine
The London up and comer sheds light on his new single and creative process.
David Crosby – If I Could Only Remember My Name (50th Anniversary)
A track by track review of Crosby's 1971 masterpiece in collaboration with Petal Motel.
Jeffrey Silverstein – “River Running By”
The Portland musician's new EP, 'Torii Gates,' is out April 16 on Arrowhawk Records.