Scott Creney considers the revolutionary fire on Pharrell Williams’ new single “Freedom.”
Jeff Jackson’s second installation of Ideal Home Noise rounds up new work from Tom McCarthy, Mickey Zacchilli, and Bob Dylan.
Chelsea Hodson & Jon-Michael Frank
Chelsea Hodson and Jon-Michael Frank discuss Night Redacted and Diana Ross and the Supremes, two recordings they made for Black Cake Records.
Danniel Schoonebeek interviews musician Benjamin Booker about his punk roots, James Baldwin, comedy, and innovation.
An exhausted look at the way a record is reviewed nearly the same way every time, over and over, with almost nothing to actually say.
Kati Heng talks with Chastity Belt’s Julia Shapiro about punk, feminism, and Katy Perry’s shark theft.
Matthew O’Shannessy sheds light Melbourne artist Antony Riddell, a little known influence to musicians such as Sunn 0))) member Oren Ambarchi.
Kati Heng listens to French-Cuban duo Iyebi’s self-titled debut album and tries to wrestle with the ways we can and cannot handle musical heritage.
Weston Cutter reviews the new Dodos album, Individ, while considering what made the band’s breakthrough, Visiter, so strange and glorious and good.
Andrew Duncan Worthington
Andrew Worthington catches up with Ben Nadler about his punk retrospective, Punk in NYC’s Lower East Side, 1981-1991.