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A new book by critic Ann Powers explores the Grateful Dead, bodily freedom in the 1980s, and more
These tracks take on fascism, oppression, and more
The best cuts from the land of Vikings
Are Product Placements in Music Videos Legal?
Dance through the final stretch of summer with killer sets by DJ Finn, Peach, and more.
In the midst of national crises and a pop personality vacuum, the annual celebration of flash mostly seemed desperate to fill time.
Behind the Scenes of Mac DeMarco’s Trippy Virtual Reality Experience
With the new War on Drugs album nearly out, let’s take a late-night drive through like-minded plastic pastures, from Neil to Bruce to Phosphorescent.
The ashes of ill-conceived festivals are all around.
Electronic music’s most inscrutable duo returns, on the 23rd anniversary of burning a million pounds, with a new book that imagines a frightening, tech-driven future.
The major label debuts from Arcade Fire, Grizzly Bear, the War on Drugs, and more present an acid test for “indie” bands in the streaming era.
One Virginia Beach native on how Malice and Pusha T’s debut, more than any other album, painted the whole picture of his hometown.
What was once a fake game from Decemberists press photos is soon to be a real one, called Illimat.
Follow the moon's path across America with this playlist spanning the exact length of the eclipse and linked to its location at any given moment.
In light of Charlottesville, streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music are starting to pull music from white supremacist bands. Their peers must follow suit.
In honor of Pitchfork’s Madonna Day, we look at the ties that bind her long and ever-changing career.
The politics of rap meeting ASL, according to the interpreters on Chance the Rapper’s tour
We talk to Karin and Olof Dreijer about their new live film, recorded during what was intended to be their final tour—an ambitious array of choreography that confused some fans to the point of walkouts.
If pop‘s recycling of late ’90s and early ’00s hits is only getting started, we have a few suggestions.
Trust him, he recently won the Soundtrack Award at Cannes for Good Time.