My 10 favorite Animal Collective songs.
This country needs a new song.
From 2001 to 2005 these six musicians were collectively known as Dawn Treader.
The new Dirty Projectors album Lamp Lit Prose is free of the leaden angst of last year’s self-titled return.
I Said, She Said, Ah Cid is a heartfelt tribute to a wild moment when crass commercialism and organic innovation came together.
A riot grrrl attitude.
Contemporary classical recordings of Michael Gordon and Julius Eastman.
Gwilly Edmondez's Trouble Number is music that shouldn’t be.
Triple Threat: Amyl & The Sniffers, Charnel Ground, Pusha T.
Oneohtrix Point Never returns with his most ambitious and accomplished work yet.
Videos by Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, ranked from best to worst.
Triple Threat: Jeremih feat. Valee, Total Mom, John Mayer.
The Beatles, reconsidered.
She sounds great at a biker bar or a children’s party.
There’s bitterness, regret, homesickness, resignation, and humor.
Luke the Drifter to Hank III.
Guns N’ Roses’ “One in a Million” Gets Axed.
They answer to God, not the politeness or respectability of middle-class society or popular culture.
Rapper Princess Superstar reflects on her impressive heyday.
An emblem in the history of gender relations.
It can make us queasy to know that people are dying from the stuff today’s choruses are made of.
The tape is running fast on this stellar performance.
The new epilepsy inducing Aphex Twin music video.
A great song from a forgotten band of the early eighties.
The surprisingly great single from the new Dirty Projectors album Lamp Lit Prose.
Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, turns 40 today. Here's one of his best and most overlooked songs.
A wonderful album of deranged pop songs which would be quite comfortable in a playlist with Black Dice or Michael Jackson.
Any discussion of cut up noise in the United States that does not include Andrea Pensado is a conversation that is seriously missing the point.
A new album from the Saint Augustine, FL musician.
A new solo album of paranoid pastoral and radar rock.