OutKast, Massive Attack, TV on the Radio, Janelle Monáe, The New Pornographers, and many more.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Poliça siren Channy Leaneagh is seductive no matter the disguise.
Revival is only a listen away.
The band’s new EP, Raw Exit, will be included in deluxe reissue of Shulamith.
Seattle festival promises Wu-Tang Clan, The Replacements, Elvis Costello, Mac DeMarco, and more.
Disclosure, Mastodon, or Ice Cube? Just one of many tough decisions.
Pearl Jam, Eminem, OutKast, Beck, The Replacements, Lorde, Belle & Sebastian, and more.
Plus: ASAP Mob, Cloud Nothings, Blondie, X, and Albert Hammond Jr.
Singer Channy Leaneagh plays a daydreaming hotel maid desperately in seek of a new profession.
Catch replays of “Spilling Lines” and “You Don’t Own Me”.
Australian radio station auctioning artwork on eBay.
Plus, a chocolate skull and a toy frog.
Channy Leaneagh makes vehement feminist expression charming and danceable.
The band’s “feminist electronica” album arrives one week early.
The latest off Shulamith.
A third cut from next month’s Shulamith.
Are The xx the defining band of our times?
After an epic eight months, what could possibly be left? A lot, actually.
Can’t beat Miguel and Monáe.
Off the Minneapolis outfit’s upcoming Shulamith LP.
New album Divine Ecstasy due out in October.
Sophomore LP arrives in the fall.
Moments in music, rain, mud, vodka, babe safaris, rain, Axl, mud, Kanye, and rain.