Yes, the band makes party music, but the members have worked incredibly hard to get here, surviving hurricanes and discrimination in the music business.
Inspired by Can and Throbbing Gristle, the movie and TV star's early-'80s post-punk band Capital Punishment conjured something dizzy and warped.
The album's release coincides with the end of Simon's farewell tour.
Beck's U2 remix gets a striking visual from a group of artists who paint large-scale murals around the world.
Case reflects on a solitary childhood, the fire that consumed her house, the subjugation of women and the fate of humanity, and performs songs from her latest album, Hell-On.
The singer, rapper, author and mogul unleashes a righteous rebuttal to the limitations placed on women traveling alone in the world.
The release, An American Treasure, is due out Sept. 28 and will include more unreleased songs, outtakes, alternate versions, rarities, live tracks and deep cuts.
Jenn Wasner of Wye Oak produces Perfect Shapes, the second album for the Oakland-based songwriter and musician, out Oct. 5.
The message of Turner's new album Be More Kind applies both to the ways we treat the world around us and the way we treat ourselves.
Roy Montgomery's music is like swimming through phantoms. The New Zealand guitarist enlists Circuit Des Yeux's Haley Fohr, Julianna Barwick and others to sing on Suffuse, out Aug. 17.
David Bazan brings the downcast indie-rock banger to its raging crisis. In the process, he resurrects the sonic sphere of Pedro the Lion.
Songwriting and musicianship aside, one of the things fans latch on to is that this band feels like a good hang.
The Beatles weren't always supportive of organized religion. But "submarine churches," inspired by the band's "love is all you need" gospel, emerged in the U.S.
The members of the trio talk about All of This Life, their relentless work ethic and the surprising similarities between touring in a rock and roll band and growing up on a dairy farm.
Costello still promises a new album with The Imposters in October.
On Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, the band's first album in three years, Deafheaven leans more fully than ever before into elements that inspire alternate outrage and obsession.
From rock and soul to R&B and rap, we've collected 150 lead-off tracks into one playlist.
Colorado singer Brent Cowles performs a bare-boned rendition of "Cold Times.
The singer-songwriter and producer's retro-the-to-future sound never felt old, but lived in and lived through. One fan recalls hearing Richard Swift's debut 7-inch.
Swift, who worked with both The Black Keys and The Shins, had recently been hospitalized with an unknown illness.