A tight, focused album calibrated to show off the band’s strengths and reconfirm their enthusiasm.
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OK Human might be Weezer’s most personal record since Pinkerton and certainly their most relatable.
The Stockholm six-piece expand their sonic palate to include nods to jazz and country western.
Festival producer Stephen Sternschein talks about the dire straits faced by venues, artists, and industry workers during the pandemic.
Sir Paul McCartney turns his lockdown material into the third installment of his influential self-titled series.
Billy Corgan and co. deliver a sprawling double album that’s as frustrating as it is ambitious.
Dave Grohl and the beloved band made up for a lost year by playing their big hits and teasing three new songs.
Tuesday’s election could have long-term implications for the live music industry, access to healthcare, and overseas travel restrictions.
An insightful making-of documentary that goes much deeper than Springsteen’s latest record.
Everyman icon Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band deliver a vital set of songs devoted to aging, death, and legacy on Letter to You.
A guide into a catalogue that’s authentic, timeless, and born to run.
Pharrell, Mavis Staples, and Eric Andre also join Killer Mike and El-P to help get out the vote.