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New York musician Hamilton Leithauser got the cremated remains of a stranger who died in 2017 shipped to him by a funeral home.

The Elephant 6 Recording Company is a legend of the underground music scene — a loosely-defined collection of bands and artists from the American south and midwest in the late 80s and early 90s who shared a love for Beatles-esque harmonies, lo-fi r...

For the last 20 years or so, my pal Mikael Jorgensen has been tickling the ivories (and twiddling the synthesizer knobs) for the mighty Wilco. But before saddling up with Jeff Tweedy and the gang, Mikael was part of a New Jersey indie rock quartet ca...

"Vocations" is the title track off the newest album from Brooklyn-based cello indie rock band Early Riser. As tricky as it's been for any DIY band to coordinate recording an album during this pandemic, it's even harder to arrange a music video shoot.

Then Came the Punks

By Jezebel on Jan 7, 2021 in: punk, indie, music

Rarely do they emerge this great. When Danish punk band Iceage descended upon New York in 2011, months after releasing their debut album, New Brigade, ten years old today—first on Copenhagen imprint Escho/Tambourhinoceros and U.S. avant label Dias,...

A decade ago, Montreal band No Joy was embraced by the most exclusive indie-rock circles for their impressively heavy guitars—a staggering ability to make squalling riffs and feedback sound melodious, textured, and complicated. Because of that fact...

On October 2, Matt Berninger of The National will release his first solo album, Serpentine Prison, produced by Booker T. Jones of famed Memphis soul group Booker T. & the M.Gs. Above is the brand new music video for "Distant Axis," a stunningly...