Jul 18, 2014 By Dean Tzenos

Best and Worst Show is our recurring guest blog series where the artist writes about the best and worst shows they ever played. For this installment, Dean Tzenos of Odonis Odonis writes about playing a near-empty show in Canada. Odonis Odonis' new album, Hard Boiled Soft Boiled, came out on Buzz back in April.  More

Jul 16, 2014 By Clark Baechle

My Inner Geek is our recurring guest blog series where the artist writes about something geeky, such as their favorite sci-fi/fantasy TV show, film, book, or comic book; or favorite technology or other geeky thing. For this installment, Clark Baechle of The Faint writes about synths and his new favorite computer program. The Faint's new album, Doom Abuse, came out on SQE back in April.  More

Jul 14, 2014 By William Burgess

Food, much like music, is a common and personal thread we all share. Our recurring guest feature I Can Cook, Too spotlights artist-submitted recipes and the stories behind them. This installment features a recipe from Woman's Hour guitarist William Burgess. The London-based band's debut album, Conversations, is out this week on Secretly Canadian. Bon appétit! More

Jul 11, 2014 By Chad VanGaalen

A song is a chance overlapping of countless variables in an artist's life. Anatomy of a Song is a place where those variables can be dissected and examined. In this edition, Chad VanGaalen discusses the track "Lila" from his recent album, Shrink Dust, out now on Sub Pop. More

Jul 09, 2014 By Frank Valish

With this installment of The Atypical Interview, we chat with the Motor City Madman, Ted Nugent. More

Jul 02, 2014 By Marcus Pepperell Web Exclusive

Soundtrack of My Life: In which the artist writes about how a particular album, song, or artist helped get them through a tough time in their life, such as a break up, mourning a death, their first job, etc. For this installment, Marcus Pepperell of London's THUMPERS writes about Guns N' Roses and a-ha. The band's debut album, Galore, is out now via Sub Pop.  More

Jun 27, 2014 By David Best Web Exclusive

Undercover is our recurring series where we talk to bands about the genesis of one of their album covers. Here, David Best from English band Fujiya & Miyagi talks about the cover of their latest album, Artificial Sweeteners. The band formed in Brighton, England in 2000 and Artificial Sweeteners, their fifth album, is out now via Yep Roc. More

Jun 24, 2014 By PAPA

Photos fresh from the Tender Madness Spring Tour More

Jun 20, 2014 By Damon McMahon

McMahon talks about the ease with which this spritual track came into being.  More