Siobhan’s Body Double and ragenap’s Thriving Culture offer different annihilations.
With guitarist Ahmed Ag Kaedy, the band makes world music that travels everywhere.
On Montgomery Records, The Curfews were unmatched in their particular sound.
Debut album Barbarism welds melody to noise.
The pervasiveness of blues demonstrates its impact, but we can’t replace the connection of the blues with African-American history and culture.
If Elvis faked his death to become his own impersonator, then art also imitates life in the afterlife.
Divided We Stand is 1960s post-punk’s finest hour.
The queer singer-songwriter sings for and to her rural home.
Despite the music industry’s best efforts, In Real Life is a solid album.
Thomas Dollbaum’s singer-songwriter roots rock blurs defiance and despair.
Reflections on a Nobel Prize winner.
T. Rex, angelic doo-wop, car crashes, and Ringo Starr.
Forgotten music lyrics by Charlene.
A genius walks among us, still playing county fairs.
Lang Lang’s successful attempts to play music like an android on Westworld reminds me to warn you about a couple of other performers.
Re-debuts from two younger country veterans reflect women's experiences of now.
Is quacking like a duck. The answer is quacking like a duck.
At 73, he's the world's most fun blues singer.
Many thought David would outlive us all.
The sad story of a major talent whose avaricious, vindictive record label ruined him.
Who is Eve St. Jones?
A six (!) hour Twitch stream where the musician talks about everything from his love of Ween to recording a soundtrack to Metroid Prime that was never used or released.
From the band's new self-titled album, out September 16.
From the new compilation Pulse of the Early Brain (Switched On Volume 5), out September 2 on Warp Records.
Performing on Sounds for Saturday on July 29, 1972.
Full show in south Paris featuring early performances of "What She Said," "Rusholme Ruffians," and "I Want the One I Can't Have."
A rare concert from November 25, 1964, featuring the last known live performance of "Talkin’ John Birch Paranoid Blues" and the last performance of "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" until 1971.
The A-side of the band's 1965 single on Montgomery Records.
The official music video for the first single from the artists' new collaborative album Reset, out August 12.
A duet from The Johnny Cash Show on May 1, 1969.