After a wild six months behind the unendingly memeable "Old Town Road," Lil Nas X tries to showcase his versatility with a quick-hit debut EP.
Twenty-five years after practicing for the first time in an Olympia basement, Sleater-Kinney are back — and they’ve created one of the most furious, dynamic records of their career.
In a Philadelphia basement, Empath has been mixing pop, punk, noise, and ambient new age sounds to create mind-bending catchy music.
Claire Cronin, a singer-songwriter and poet, takes her love interest in horror movies to unsettling places on her new LP. Stream it in full now.
Kevin Devine and Manchester Orchestra’s first collaboration in seven years started as a Basement Tapes like project, but quickly flew off.
Stream Dumb's new LP, a slurred and glass-sharp record about going out that will make you want to stay in.
Wharfer's latest single is crushingly stark, as ever. "Obsidian" is taken from his forthcoming fifth LP, The Teeth, due later this year.
Slowthai's debut album, Nothing Great About Britain, is a combustible response to a country that can’t stop kicking itself. But he’s still Northampton’s child.
Zion Williamson will go to the New Orleans Pelicans with the first pick in the NBA Draft, proving once and for all that there is no justice in this life.
Prakazrel “Pras” Michel has pleaded not guilty to four charges relating to campaign finance violations in 2012.
The latest single from Spencer Radcliffe's forthcoming Hot Spring LP is all chill and hazy until you realize that everyone almost just died.