Spin of the Day
If nothing else, Sonic Highways shows that the band has an unstoppable talent for redoing what they do very well. Read story.
Rock’s reigning weirdo auteur returns with a 17-track double-disk opus. Read story.
Give My Love to London
The grande dame of pop, rock, show tunes, and blues celebrates 50 years of music making. Read story.
In a post-Ashlee Simpson world, there seems to be an almost unquenchable thirst for real-deal powerhouse female singers. Read story.
Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes
Radiohead’s leading man reinvents the music distribution wheel — again. Read story.
If Leonard Cohen isn’t the philosopher king/poet laureate of the human condition, who is? Read story.
The former My Chemical Romance frontman comes out swinging with this solo debut. Read story.
Written almost a decade ago, this collection of love songs has us crushing hard on the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ leading lady. Read story.
Americana’s most cantankerous player offers up a solid nod to rock’s heaviest hitters. Read story.
We Will Reign
If you are looking for a band with the social conscience, passion, and righteousness of The Clash or the (International) Noise Conspiracy, look no further! Read story.
The S.B. band’s new album comes out of your speaker system like a slap to the face. Read story.
Rock’s most prolific youngster delivers a strong, sprawling double album Read story.
On their seventh album, The Raveonettes embark on a noise pop surfin’ safari of sorts. Read story.
This country crooner is evoking a different kind of small town into the Santa Barbara scene. Read story.
They Want My Soul
They Want My Soul is by no means a radical reinvention; instead it feels like a gradual, naturalistic next step. Read story.