Plus: The Replacements, Spoon, Slint, and Band of Horses.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll remember why you paid $12 to see these movies.
Stunning renditions of “Blue Moon” and “Wave”.
No covers, no scores, no musical numbers — all originals.
A new morning for this old “loser.”
That certainly would have sucked for RJD2.
From 1993′s Golden Feelings to 2008′s Modern Guilt — we catch you up.
The Midnight Vulture finds plenty of meat in these 10 renditions.
His first album of new, original material in six years.
Who is the real “loser”?
Plus: Death Grips, Pusha T, tUnE-yArDs, Slowdive, and Grimes.
He’ll appear alongside host Jim Parsons.
TV’s most polarizing show comes with a roller coaster ride of music.
If the week in new music had been as underwhelming as Super Bowl XLVIII, we might not have even bothered putting this list together. Alas, new ones from Beck, Rick Ross, Miguel, Kelela, and others quickly lifted our spirits, if …
Another stunning listen from his new album, Morning Phase.
The lead single to Morning Phase, his first album in six years.
Off his highly-anticipated album, Morning Phase.
Plus, The Replacements, Queens of the Stone Age, Beck, Lorde, and The Knife.
Jenny Lewis and Christina Perri contributed new tunes, too.
So long 2013. Hello 2014.
Taken from Starbucks’ new Valentine’s Day comp.
Your picks for Album, Song, Band, Festival of the Year, et al.
Off the Nymphomaniac soundtrack.
Plus, Vampire Weekend, Jim James, and Sharon Jones.
Plus, our Photographer of the Year.
Wanna make your dinner loud and messy?
A collaboration with Warby Parker.