NNAMDÏ defies the pop music binary with Please Have a Seat
NNAMDÏ creates an electrifying community. On his new album Please Have a Seat, he continues to challenge the binaries of pop music by reinventing its every edge.
Skullcrusher goes home on Quiet The Room
Skullcrusher creates confessionals that possess familiar folk archetypes and devastating self-reflection. Here she discusses her new album, Quiet The Room.
How the Wonder Years got older and wiser with The Hum Goes on Forever
With The Hum Goes On Forever, the Wonder Years are trudging deeper into an alternative sound. Dan Campbell explores his fears, the songs' meaning and more.
How Soccer Mommy’s new album Sometimes, Forever made her go bigger and bolder
SOCCER MOMMY — AKA SOPHIE ALLISON — IS ONE OF Gen Z’s brightest voices, a 25-year-old beacon mining through a familiar world of industry apathy and internal, contradictory forces. On her new record, Sometimes, Forever, there’s a give-and-go between distance and desire, misery and joy; full-hearted ballads bleed delicately into thoughtful, doomy concertos. Allison pumps spark in...
Kevin Devine on his long career: “There are days in which I realize I won the lottery”
Outside of my Columbus, Ohio, house, a team of road workers are replacing septic lines across the street when I ring Kevin Devine to talk about his new record, Nothing’s Real, So Nothing’s Wrong, out today. “I did this show last Saturday in Central Pennsylvania, Harrisburg,” Devine tells me from the other end of a New York phone number. “It was just a random ...