The Best Music of January 2016
Here’s hoping new beginnings start after January.
Music From Beyond the Grave
Posthumous reflection and the art of keeping music alive.
Week in Pop: Beat Radio, The Bulls, Hidden Hind, unhappybirthday
Echo Courts, Pastel, SheLoom, ft. guest selections by Emily Yacina.
Mourning David Bowie
Scenes from his New York City apartment on the evening of his passing.
The world remembers David Bowie
The stars look very different today.
Week in Pop: Dave Segedy, Eddington Again, Ocean Hope, Sun Glitters, Versing
Antlered Aunt Lord, Dzang, Jemima Surrender, Sierra Manhattan, guest selections by ZEMA.
Week in Pop: Jónó Mí Ló, Le Man Avec Les Lunettes, ScotDrakula, Sporting Life, The Tulips
American Dream, Burning Palms, Her Habits, L.A. Girlfriend, Venus & the Moon, City Society, co-curated by Ex Cops.
The Inward Trajectory of Merchandise’s Carson Cox
As the band continues its ascension, Cox’s comfort zone remains intact.
Record Store Day: A Staff List of Hits & Bullshit
The good, the bad, the legendarily busty.
Al Lover, “Motocycle Music” Mix
Dedicated to his pops, Al Lover has a theory on how he became a psych-rap producer.
Don't call it academic: an interview with Holly Herndon
The producer talks academic pursuits and the dangers of genre nostalgia.
Premiere: Raf and O, “Time Machine”
Going places roads could never take you.
The Preatures take New York
Over vintage shopping and burgers, The Preatures show their American side.
Life Changing Live Performances for Body Parts
From MJ at the '98 Grammys to Nina Simone at the Montreaux in '76.
Who are our modern rock idols? No one?
Jerry Narrows of Flaamingos asks why no one wants to be our Bowie or Siouxsie Sioux?