"Dan Auerbach was responsible for helping make one of the better albums of 2008, and Keep It Hid is already a contender in 2009. Should we go ahead and call him the current King of the Hill? Based on all available evidence, he’s that guy, and the competition for his crown is not particularly close at this time." -- Sean Murphy
What happens when two accomplished singer-songwriters with deep roots cred take different paths during their 2018 road trips that include hot (and cold) stops in Colorado?
Born in Germany, transplanted to Canada, this trio has roots in the past but is planted firmly in the future.
String Cheese Incident keyboardist steps out for fourth solo album, talks songwriting, brewing and the importance of humor.
The wonderfully evocative lyrics are offset by the razor-sharp songwriting. The result is a dizzying album that refashions folk-rock music for the modern ear.
The jazz/hip-hop/electronica of keyboardist BigYuki—featured on the last Tribe Called Quest album—is a true hybrid that, surprisingly, contains more Louis Armstrong that you might think.
Her melodramatics are in the service of the material. We may be living in hell. Women in particular may be living in a worse hell than men. But as John Paul Sartre taught us long ago, hell is other people.
Garland discusses his personal approach to filmmaking and the beauty of nature and math -- and video games.
The Japanese rock insurrectionary Keiji Haino and Northwest art metal trio SUMAC improvise über-heavy body music.