Near and Far
Update, 11:40 a.m.: At the request of “House” Colquitt’s friends and family, organizers of the Funk Parade are asking for…
What sets the Battles mastermind’s new album apart is its playfulness — the feeling that experimenting with sound is a joyful game rather than an academic exercise.
The Montreal singer-songwriter’s brain seems to overflow with wise and exacting ways to reflect on the way hearts work.
On a sophomore album that packs 10 songs into less than 22 minutes, the Welsh band showcases its considerable gift for balancing sweetness and chaos.
On her first studio album since 2008, the 74-year-old firebrand’s voice remains relevant, full of spit and vinegar and fun.
“After reading so much rubbish written about me over the years, it became obvious that I had to just tell it like it is,” Lydon tells NPR’s Arun Rath. Lydon just wrote his memoir, Anger Is An Energy.
Last week Bandwidth rolled out its first quiz edition of The Bounce, previously our Friday music news roundup. Most folks…
Amelia Meath’s silky voice and Nick Sanborn’s electropop beats hit a sweet spot in the KCRW studio.
Coming out of the fertile college scene in New Paltz, New York, punk-pop bands Diet Cig and Earl Boykins sound…
Performing his first new solo songs in seven years, this soft-spoken Swedish singer left an imprint at the Tiny Desk that was gentle and long lasting.
Beauty Pill’s exuberant and adventurous new album, Beauty Pill Describes Things As They Are, fully communicates the D.C. band’s depth…
Watch the Seattle natives perform the title track from their latest release, Time to Go Home.
Scenes from a gloomy but talent-packed Broccoli City Festival at the Gateway DC Pavilion. Marlee in the Mixx Tiara Thomas…
Last month, electronic-pop producer Louis Weeks released “Fire,” the promising first single from his forthcoming album, haha. Bandwidth liked it…
On her second album, Sprinter, Torres confronts the problem of confession head-on and proceeds to annihilate its boundaries.
Stapleton presents himself as a true Southern character, a family man who clings to his vices and a searcher whose dreams of home don’t prevent him from wanting to roam.
Rana Santacruz’s latest, after a five-year hiatus, has music that could only come from a chilango — a Mexico City native — living in 21st-century Brooklyn.
The Tallest Man On Earth has a way of upending expectations and rendering familiarity moot.
For 25 years, the Superchunk frontman and Merge Records cofounder has quietly made some of the loudest pop in human history.
Raw, belligerent and dissonant — that’s just the tip of the noise-rock iceberg when it comes to Metz.