Jazzie Young’s Blood Ties Help Connect Past to Present With Her Moving Debut EP (interview + premiere)
Indie pop’s Jazzie Young appreciates her fabled father’s musical legacy and his sage career advice, but wants to make a name for herself, and the upcoming release of Grown Up & Grown Apart serves as a proper introduction to a brave new world.
With a decade of experience under her belt, BONZIE’s Reincarnation is a collection of self-assured, low-key pop songs that encompass a wide stylistic range.
Sixty Summers sees Julia Stone “set free” from folk to explore the realm of pop. And she’s shining brighter than ever before and tells us about her new album.
Carsie Blanton’s Love and Rage shows her as an ardent romantic when it comes to affairs of the heart and a fervent advocate for the poor and disenfranchised.
Sir Sly’s The Rise and Fall of Loverboy is an odd album whose musical styles and themes vary wildly from track to track but it ties everything together.
Tune-Yards’ sketchy conceptually asks a lot of its listeners and does it right up front: should the purpose of music be to entertain or to instruct?
Legendary Scottish indie-poppers Teenage Fanclub discuss their new LP Endless Arcade and why they look forward to their future as a band.
A once-beloved U.S. president’s legacy ended in tatters amid scandals. Learn about it in the infectious, jangling rock of the Rose Petals’ “Welcome to the Big Top”.