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Hozier creates musical moments big enough to galvanize every molecule around them into action and tiny enough that they can burrow themselves in the hidden corners of your heart.
The post-hardcore band expands and explodes its sound on its fourth album, due out in March.
The All Songs gang looks back at this year's anthems and unmissable milestones, from Kendrick Lamar's Pulitzer to Childish Gambino's mind-blowing video for "This Is America," Rosala, Mitski and more.
The Wilco frontman talks about using music to cope, appreciating the exercise of prose writing and releasing his first original solo album.
The Nude Party creates an unmistakable mix of indie, folk, psych and good old-fashioned rock and roll.
Recorded during the 2018 International Trombone Festival, this brass choir elevates the cover game.
Balms' new single unleashes an atmospheric bummer the kind that billows ominously, only to reveal a dark scene once the shroud has dissipated.
The Kalamazoo, Mich. band has been playing bluegrass on its own terms for 18 years. And its upcoming album, All For Money, is no exception.
The 1975 frontman's lifestyle sent him to rehab. David Greene speaks with Healy about giving up his "love affair" with drugs and the band's latest album, A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships.
Performing with different techniques, Joseph Arthur and Peter Buck of R.E.M.
There are so many good dogs in the video for "Beamer," the stand-alone single from Mike Caridi's (ex-LVL UP) solo project.
The hammering single comes from the band's forthcoming split EP with fellow Brooklynites Washer.
A late-night talk-show host and an icon sit alone in a vast theater, sipping drinks and watching approvingly as Big Apple Circus acrobats do their thing.
Harriette Pilbeam talks about striking out as a solo artist and capturing the sparkling sounds of 90s pop on her debut EP, Sugar & Spice.
This week's essential new releases includes the warped and wild pop sounds of My Brightest Diamond, a stunning instrumental record from Ed Harcourt, punk with heart and humor from Art Brut and more.
From bourgeois turkeys to Mother Goose, music commentator Miles Hoffman introduces us to classical music about fowls.
Malek sang at the top of his lungs while playing Queen's iconic lead singer in the new biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Still, he says, "No one can sing like Freddie Mercury.
Bill Baird's music and visuals are filled with a world of hypnotic patterns and abstract scenes.
The trio of Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus and Phoebe Bridgers share the songs they love most and talk about the ways they inspire each other in their new band, boygenius.