Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, Whitney Houston, and others are enshrined as rock and roll royalty.
The Master of Horror returns with his first non-soundtrack album in half a decade.
Mackenzie Scott’s first self-produced album is a cohesive plunge into dark but tender territory.
Waxwork does it again.
Margrét Rán and Einar Hrafn revisit first concerts and gush over Massive Attack and Portishead.
The Master of Horror also teases a concert film and a possible third Lost Themes.
At 78 years old, he says, “It is something I have always wanted to do.”
The French singer offers a new preview of her forthcoming sophomore LP, Chris.
Durham, NC’s boutique festival thrives on uncompromising voices and unifying representation.
In this episode, we set our sights on Zappa’s “mid-Eighties” works.
These themes are anything but lost and the Horror Master knows this.
“Walkin’ in Hawkins” is carries a wistful, appropriately autumnal vibe.