Lose yourself to dance.
Or, 21 distinct ways of coping with, embracing, and analyzing the past
The two solo endeavors come together under a wintry night.
The Dismemberment Plan, Savages, Real Estate, Fuck Buttons, and many more.
When listmaking gets ambitious.
The newly confessional Eleanor leaves Brooklyn wanting more.
That distinctive voice transported to each 1970′s AM radio station.
Friedberger continues to open up her emotional hope chest.
The Roots, TV on the Radio, and Solange headline The National-curated festival.
A veteran UK producer, a Wu-Tang Clan member, and a guy from OKC.
Fiery Furnaces singer gets intimate.
It’s about fictional leg tumors. Duh.
Stream Rufus Wainwright & Sharon Van Etten’s cover of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”.
Welcome to Eleanor’s apartment. The dancefloor’s near the couch.
The Fiery Furnaces front-woman tours behind her solo debut.
Former frontwoman for The Fiery Furnaces sets the crowd aflame.
Dying is funny, like a knock-knock joke.
Best Coast, M. Ward, ASAP Rocky, and hundreds more added to the fold.
Allison Mosshart cements her role as Queen of the Stage.
Wild Flag, Handsome Furs, Neon Indian, and more
From the journals of one Jeremy D. Larson…
Take the songwriter’s hand. You’re going on a journey.
Put THIS in your coffee and drink it.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Listen to the first single, “My Mistakes”.
If songs were albums, they’d be Kanye West.