Next year will mark the 20th anniversary of veteran emo rock outfit Taking Back Sunday. To celebrate, the band is putting out a career-spanning compilation album, aptly titled, Twenty. Along with some of the biggest TBS hits, the collection comes with two all-new songs, “A Song for Dan” and “All Ready toRead More →

Following his acclaimed AlunaGeorge collaboration earlier this season, rising R&B singer Cautious Clay has returned today with another new single. It’s titled “Reasons” and features additional writing assistance from Tobias Jesso Jr. (Adele, Florence and the Machine) and co-production by Pusha-T associate and former TNGHT member Hudson Mohawke. “Drama inRead More →

Beyond her collaborative boygenius EP with Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus (one of the year’s best efforts), Phoebe Bridgers has spent 2018 piling up the covers. There was that surprising take on Japandroids “The House That Heaven Built”, her Simone Felice-produced rendition of Sandy (Alex G)’s “Powerful Man”, her collaboration with Jackson Brown onRead More →

This year, Wu-Tang Clan are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their landmark debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). Not only did the rap collective’s surviving members reunite to perform on Jimmy Kimmel! in October, but last month they even had a day dedicated to them in their hometown of Staten Island.Read More →

Robyn’s latest album, Honey, is loaded with dance songs that beckon your body to move through romantic grief. The clip for the title track to one of the year’s top albums illustrates how beautifully the Swedish pop star does this not just in musical theory, but in physical practice (Read: 10 WaysRead More →

Download | Listen and subscribe via iTunes | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS On today’s episode of Kyle Meredith With…, Rage Against the Machine‘s Tom Morello discusses the process of creating his new solo record The Atlas Underground, including anecdotes about working with industry mainstays like Gary Clark Jr., Marcus Mumford and even a storyRead More →

The Lowdown: Songs for Judy is a thoroughly delightful collection of live acoustic performances recorded during Neil Young’s solo tour in November of 1976. The latest in Young’s archival series features a wide-ranging collection of 22 songs cherry-picked from several different cities across that tour. At this point in his career, YoungRead More →