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This year, Peak TV’s music supervision reached new heights
Thirty years after Candlemass’ seminal Nightfall, we highlight new albums that revitalize its themes, from well-studied occult imagery to battles between good and evil.
Björk leads a pack of mixes that tell stories with their selections
The Baltimore musician finds the innate warmth in an instrument first used as physical therapy for WWII soldiers.
A good year for artists of color, a bad year for women, and a strange year for rock.
With labels eyeing hi-res audio as the next add-on for streaming services, we explore the challenges of attaining a future that sounds much better.
The records that will always make us think of home
One of streaming’s biggest holes just got filled: 1,500+ albums from Manfred Eicher’s ECM Records. Here’s where to start.
How should people of color consume the work of our white icons once we’ve realized they don’t really represent us?
Let the disturbing allegations against Brand New’s Jesse Lacey be the start of an overdue conversation, in which emo’s third wave acknowledges that it was unfair to female fans.
Ten years, five probation violations, and one harsh sentence later, Meek Mill’s case is a complicated example of a bigger criminal-justice problem.
Remembering the rapper who died at 21
White Lung’s Mish Barber-Way reflects on the Hole drummer’s new memoir Hit So Hard, and how being in a band can fuel addiction.
JAY-Z, Common, Remy Ma, Pusha T, and more have taken up one of the most important causes in America.
There’s an irresistible appeal to hearing outtakes from a songwriter who once referred to her label’s archivist as “a burglar.”
BROCKHAMPTON is becoming one of the more interesting hip-hop crews to watch, but with so much material scattered across 14 members, it can be difficult to find the right entry point.
From Oneohtrix Point Never to Lorde, the songs that get our motors running
Featuring visuals from Fever Ray, Haim, Zola Jesus, Big Shaq, and more.
Inspired by the stunning new Bell Witch album, we take stock of other recent standouts across doom metal.