The ideal Mad Max soundtrack selection was inspired by philosopher John Stuart Mill and composer Max Richter.
Marlon Rabenreither pens an ode to his girlfriend.
Two tracks from the Americana supergroup’s forthcoming debut album.
The second single from the alt-rock outfit’s fourth LP, The Pact.
Off the band’s first release with co-founders Sam Genders and Mike Lindsay in 11 years, Songs You Make at Night.
Santa Barbara-based rockers find inspiration in The Strokes and crisp, cold Modelo beers.
The jazz saxophonist takes the lessons he learned on Blackstar in a whole new direction.
Mark Kozelek, Tori Amos, and Chris Whitley all helped influence On Dark Horses’ latest single.
Titled Polaroid People, the new EP follows last year’s excellent Golden Calf.
Sam Spiegel shares Origins of “To Whom it May Concern” feat. CeeLo Green, Alex Ebert, Theophilus London: Stream
Warpaint’s Theresa Wayman and Emily Kokal also contributed to the track 15 years in the making.
Iceland’s JFDR joins the London duo as they remember their reckless suburban youth.
LA’s Dre Babinski reads up on Charles Manson and Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States.