The grueling, noise-punctured punk band amplifies the "marginalized majority" on its new EP.
Though she's known for her contributions to '90s indie rock, Hatfield goes back to one of her earliest musical inspirations for her new album of Olivia Newton-John covers.
A champion of electronic music long before it surfaced from New York's underground dance scene, Moby's latest record reaches for the vastness of the human experience with that same frenetic energy.
Over a decade-and-a-half after Dopesmoker, the stoner-metal band makes good on its "amalgamated effort of decades of riff immersion.
This has got seventh-inning stretch stadium rock anthem written all over it.
The Heartless Bastards front woman details her experience on a trip through the Amazon and how it informed the art she made on her latest solo album, Sweet Unknown.
Like the Thing revving up to smack down, Rat the Magnificent will clobber bluesy noise-rock on its upcoming debut album, The Body as Pleasure.
Twerp Verse shows Sadie Dupuis and her band at their most pointed and fearless.
The first single from the metal band's fourth album, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, offers a gift for the patient Deafheaven listener.
The eight-piece group deliver fantastic gems of indie pop that are never too clever for their own good.
Hope Sandoval's timeless voice breaches reality once more, bringing with it news of an EP out this summer.
The band just released Beasts of Burgundy, its first new album of original material in 18 years. If you don't like funk, now would be the time to move on to another session.
The first single from Daddy lulls you into the Louisville duo's self-deprecating, surf-inspired punk before tearing you apart.
We asked listeners what song they want played at their funeral. On this edition of All Songs Considered, we share some of the incredible responses we got, along with the stories behind them.
Los Angeles "queencore" band Hit Bargain wonders if everything isn't already aflame with hellfire on its newest single.
The new solo album from My Morning Jacket's frontman was inspired, in part, by the explosion of information people are expected to consume, which, he says, leaves "more and more of us feeling lost.
Frontman Chris Porterfield shares stories and performs songs from Field Report's new album, Summertime Songs.
Of course there's a hulu hoop artist named Miss Hoopdidoo. She dances to the finger-tapped guitar and crashing bass of the L.A.
Veirs performs songs from The Lookout, for which she originally wrote over 100 songs, and explains how a set of creative constraints helped her arrive at its gauzy new sound.
Davis dances the pas de deux of a divided heart in a song co-written with Alex Toth of Rubblebucket,