Childhood memories of the Beatles, cont.
Triple Threat: Cologne Tape, Brightness, JAY-Z.
Feminism and contradiction in Katie Ellen’s Cowgirl Blues.
Americana is too simplistic a term.
You can never leave.
New releases by Dustin Wong & Takako Minekawa, My Purest Heart for You, and Red Pill.
Ok Computer is a prescient masterpiece.
My 10 favorite Radiohead songs.
New electronic music releases from Juana Molina, Jlin, and K. Reinshagen.
Moon Diagrams, Multa Nox, Animal Collective.
The melancholy song-cycle from 1969 is a unique contribution to American culture.
Listening to Crypt Records' Last of the Garage Punk Unknowns compilations.
Poetry in motion.
A childhood memory.
A devoted fan on the defensive.
New nostalgic releases from Jason Eady, Family Band, and Coup Sauvage.
Does the string of new singles mean LP five is on the way?
The best lineup of the year at Baltimore’s Wind-Up Space.
The rock 'n’ roll narrative is so deeply ingrained that we take it for granted.
Music can exist in any way you choose.
We need more generations of harmonica masters.
A joint podcast from Splice Today and Height.
New record from the consistently brilliant and beguiling Los Angeles duo.