DCFC’s weakest album of the decade and a sign of either creative transition or decline.
A collection of 14 elegant, compact musical vignettes that explore the pain and folly and intoxication of building and losing connections.
Like a Starbucks coffee, Minaj delivers a consistent product with a reliable buzz.
Singer Justin Young also talks about Guided by Voices and playing in Trump’s America.
Chicago rapper also shares his love for Closed Sessions and working with Louder Than a Bomb.
If YG can keep dropping solid projects like this, the rest of us will stay streaming.
Danny O’Reilly and Graham “Knoxy” Knox also redefine the term “Irish music” and offer up their favorite Dublin pubs.
Los Angeles punk rockers also meditate on the differences of playing Lollapalooza and Riot Fest.
David “Dave 1” Macklovitch and Patrick “P-Thugg” Gemayel weigh in on Chicago’s biggest music festival.
Scott’s greatest asset remains his ear — his taste in haunting melodies and atmospheric beats.
An album that dips into club culture as deftly as it relaxes into burnt sugar.
Pop’s spontaneity and Hyde and Smith’s polished restraint never quite vibe with each other.