Your paint-by-numbers guide to the year’s most hellish week in music.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Plus: The Replacements, Spoon, Slint, and Band of Horses.
The best SXSW day party returns Wednesday, March 12th.
Against Me!, Ingrid Michaelson, Kylesa, and Speedy Ortiz also added to bill.
Bruised hearts, bold discoveries, and Conor Oberst.
A lengthy, informative conversation with Steak Mtn., a.k.a. Chris Norris.
More touring in support of Transgender Dysphoria Blues.
Laura Jane Grace and Co. deliver their first late-night performance in support of Transgender Dysphoria Blues.
Crystallizing the punk spirit without sugarcoating the struggle of living transgender.
Inge Johansson’s jacket is speckled with buttons. I study them as he combs his coal-black, sleek hair in the green room’s mirror. We’re backstage at The Intersection in Grand Rapids, Michigan, about two hours before Against Me! is scheduled to …
Laura Jane Grace and co. return with long-awaited sixth album.
So long 2013. Hello 2014.
A listing of events scheduled all across the globe.
The latest single from Transgender Dysphoria Blues.
In support of Transgender Dysphoria Blues.
A UK pop singer makes a valiant return.
The lead single off Transgender Dysphoria Blues.
Laura Jane Grace is joined by Fat Mike, James Bowman, and Atom Willard.
Featuring acoustic versions of songs from the band’s upcoming album.
She’ll preview material off the band’s long-awaited Transgender Dysphoria Blues.
There’s The Replacements — and everybody else.
Blink-182, MotÃ¶rhead, Rancid, FLAG, The Dismemberment Plan, Peter Hook, and more!
Following the departure of drummer Jay Weinberg earlier this year.
You’re gonna like what you’ll listen to.
Rocket from the Crypt’s Adam Willard fills in for Australian leg.
“I’m probably one of the luckiest transsexuals in the world.”
“I’m gonna start a kickstarter to get a diamond grill like Kanye.”
This is how the 2012 festival season came to an end.