The UK duo’s ambitious second album has an alluring and unclassifiable sound. Rarely has a hybrid of new wave and experimental electronic music led to such an introspective place.
On his third outing composing music for film, Anthony Gonzalez breaks from his own soundtracking habits with a welcome sense of playfulness.
Two celebrated jazz pianists bring contrasting, complementary approaches to a set of improvised pieces that pay tribute to Cecil Taylor, Geri Allen, and other titans of the instrument.
The quietly powerful singer-songwriter talks about the casual collaborations, ghostly coincidences, and subtle moments of enlightenment that make up his finest record yet.
The New York City artist talks about how she uses community (and weed) to combat oppression and sorrow in this Rising interview.
Lindsey Buckingham also rates the 1980s, Mickey Mouse, drum solos, and more in this episode of Over/Under.