Kelly Kerrigan

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Flasher return to NYC with new album Love Is Yours

The Washington D.C. band played their first show in three years at Baby’s All Right

Fangirls: Scenes from Modern Music Culture by Hannah Ewens

Ewens’ 2020 book is a compassionate exploration of modern music fandom – “a book for fans, by a fan”

Dehd bring thrilling live show to Manhattan

Chicago trio celebrates release of new LP Blue Skies with grimy, energetic set at Bowery Ballroom

Miynt levels up on her fantastic debut album Lonely Beach

The rising Swedish indie singer’s genre-bending LP is out now via B3SCI Records

Oshima Brothers debut video for “Goldmine” off their latest LP Dark Nights Golden Days

Brothers Sean & Jamie discuss their preternatural creative bond, songwriting & filmmaking methods

Indigo De Souza thrills in Brooklyn

The rising Asheville indie rocker delivered a raw, powerful set at Music Hall of Williamsburg

Satori breaks down his dazzling new album Dreamin’ Colours

The Dutch electronic musician’s new record is out now via Crosstown Rebels

Brooklyn trio Mary Shelley discusses their genre-bending style and character-driven debut LP

The band fuses punk, funk, hip-hop and new wave on debut album Look at You

Retromania: Pop Culture’s Addiction to its Own Past by Simon Reynolds 

Reynolds analyzes the role of nostalgia in our music listening habits

Jaguar Sun – “One Day”

Toronto indie musician drops bittersweet new single off upcoming sophomore LP

Rising indie rockers Bloomsday play Baby’s All Right & talk new single “Phase”

The duo’s debut album Place to Land arrives on June 10 via Bayonet Records

CRSSD continues to forge a unique path

Four Tet, Parcels, Nina Kraviz B2B Helena Hauff & more had the good vibes sailing

The Storyteller by Dave Grohl

Grohl’s new memoir is a hilarious, honest, and energy-filled dive into the life of “rock n’ roll’s favorite uncle”

Love is a Mixtape: Life and Loss, One Song at a Time by Rob Sheffield

Kelly Kerrigan reflects on Rob Sheffield’s journey of life and love, pain and grief while “music paves the way” in Love is a Mixtape

Escapism & Confrontation: Q&A with Nisa

Rising New York singer-songwriter previews her poignant & introspective new EP Time to Plant Tears

Natural Storytellers: Q&A with Fetch Tiger

Bi-coastal indie group highlights mental health struggles on new single “Peter”

YOON Fest: The Ultimate Desert Renegade

Co-organizers discuss the festival’s colorful & uniquely communal vibe

The Inherent Cool of Pitchfork Fest

Recapping an incredible Chicago weekend with sets from Angel Olsen, Ty Segall, St. Vincent & more

Pitchfork Music Festival (PHOTOS)

After a year off due to the pandemic, Pitchfork Music Festival roared back to life this past weekend at Chicago’s Union Park. Audiences felt the bliss of live music once again with incredible sets from the likes of Angel Olsen, Ty Segall, St. Vincent, Amaarae, Divino Niño & more. Scroll through for all the highlights.

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