Pile is a phenomenon
Why is everyone so obsessed with Pile?
Fred Thomas has more to say
Talking to the Michigan songwriter about his eighth solo album. Plus the premiere of “Every Song Sung To A Dog”.
Jeff Rosenstock’s “fucked up journey”
Talking punk, touring, not burning out, and his new solo record, We Cool?
Heems is not a joke
The former Das Racist member talks Eat Pray Thug.
Broken Water work towards clarity
Kanako Pooknyw talks Olympia, Wrought, and the politics of investing in art.
What would Screaming Females do?
The roots of Rose Mountain.
Leapling turns a Vacant Page
The Big Snow crew moves on.
“Satan has a new name tonight—it’s Arab on Radar!”
Remembering that time Arab On Radar opened for Marilyn Manson.
The mystique of Stockholm’s Call Me
Anna Nordenström talks writing, politics, and taking space.
An artful response to Wikipedia’s gender gap
Art+Feminism’s 2015 Edit-a-Thon.
New Fries are radically directionless
The Toronto experimental punk trio on incomplete songs and intuitive writing.
Eartheater’s Future Folklore
The magic in language and how the internet is hand made.
Chris Weisman answers our emails
The elusive songwriter talks Vermont, not playing shows, and how the Internet is actually slowing down culture.
Tica Douglas falls in between
On Joey, gender confusion, and inherent queerness in music.
Music book club with NYC’s Darlings
Running down the NYC band’s favorite musician-penned books.