Ryan Cox

I don’t know if you’ve ever been to a DIY show, but I can assure you, they are, and I cannot emphasize this enough, not full of virtuosos that are about to bring about the next Golden Age of Music.

Kim Petras

Contextualizing all the twists and turns that came before it, Petras knows that the scariest thing isn’t blood, demons, or dying, but not fully living.


One of the most prolific French artists of his time, Gainsbourg’s legacy continues to live on well after his passing in 1991.


Jeff Tweedy’s voice has always possessed a charmingly wavering, wistful timbre; his aging vocal cords only intensify this quality. Unfortunately, it is possible to have too much of a good thing, as his vocals now evoke frailty and weariness to a degree that can grow irksome.


Even though jungle is long past its prime, its influence has reached far and wide.


Listening to All Mirrors is like watching a million little films in your head, as each note, heavy with meaning, plays on.


October is the month of haunting, so let the music creep in.


Just when the darkness feels like it’s about to overwhelm you, when the sickness is creeping in at the borders of the listener’s mind, the floor falls out into a short-lived, oddly-pastoral interlude.


Halsey’s newest video gives us glimpse into her psyche.


SOPHIE is glitzy, SOPHIE is glamorous, and her masterpiece OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UNINSIDES is consistently unpredictable, organically artificial.