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Tennis’ Alaina Moore: Singing Into the Obliterating Void

Tennis’ Alaina Moore: Singing Into the Obliterating Void

The indie-pop couple balances grief and release on ‘Swimmer.’

TIDAL 10 – Rock: The Women’s Decade

TIDAL 10 – Rock: The Women’s Decade

How the guitar heroines ruled the 2010s.

R.E.M.’s ‘Monster’ Revisited, 25 Years Later

R.E.M.’s ‘Monster’ Revisited, 25 Years Later

R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck remembers one of his group’s classic albums.

Devendra Banhart Doesn’t Think Art Can Save the World

Devendra Banhart Doesn’t Think Art Can Save the World

Banhart talks a humanitarian crisis, the emotional aspects of language — and art.

Stephin Merritt Doesn’t Understand Why You’d Play His Music at Weddings

Stephin Merritt Doesn’t Understand Why You’d Play His Music at Weddings

We spoke with the Magnetic Fields front man about 20 years of ’69 Love Songs.’

Ken Stringfellow: 5 Albums That Changed My Life

Ken Stringfellow: 5 Albums That Changed My Life

Ken Stringfellow of the Posies is celebrating the eighteenth anniversary of his solo album, Touched (September 11), this week. In honor of its release, Stringfellow…

How Collaboration Can Rejuvenate a Musician’s Creative Spirit

How Collaboration Can Rejuvenate a Musician’s Creative Spirit

Jana Hunter of Lower Dens on shaking free the cobwebs.

Magnetic Fields’ Opus, ’69 Love Songs,’ Turns 20

Magnetic Fields’ Opus, ’69 Love Songs,’ Turns 20

Twenty years later, ’69 Love Songs’ still thrills with the power of pure imagination.

Death Cab’s Dave Depper is No Longer the New Guy

Death Cab’s Dave Depper is No Longer the New Guy

How Death Cab for Cutie’s new guitarist found his voice on ‘The Blue EP.’

Velvet Negroni Gets Contemplative on ‘NEON BROWN’

Velvet Negroni Gets Contemplative on ‘NEON BROWN’

That album drops today (August 30) via 4AD.

Lana Del Rey: Portrait of an Artist

Lana Del Rey: Portrait of an Artist

‘Norman Fucking Rockwell’ sees Lana Dey Rey holding the pen.

Oasis’ ‘Definitely Maybe’ Turns 25

Oasis’ ‘Definitely Maybe’ Turns 25

Oasis’ debut — and the last great moment for guitar bands

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