Feist Quits Arcade Fire Tour; Cites Win Butler Allegations as Reason
The band's frontman has been accused of sexual misconduct by four people, and Feist says she relates to the alleged victims.
Arcade Fire Fans Demand Group Cancel Tour Amid Sexual Misconduct Claims
The singer-guitarist of the Grammy-winning group has been accused by four people of sexual misconduct.
Interpol's Latest Album Carries an Uncharacteristic Optimism
The New York City post-punk band recently released their seventh album, 'The Other Side of Make-Believe'
Mitski Dazzles at Sold-Out New York City Show
The acclaimed indie musician performed music in support of her most recent album 'Laurel Hell.'
Fontaines D.C. Look Back at Ireland on Their New Album
The Irish rock band continues the explosive post-punk sound they displayed on their 2019 debut.
Indie Music Stars Wet Leg Aren't Taking Success Too Seriously
The hot British indie duo have been riding high since their single "Chaise Longue" became a smash. They're not taking their success too seriously.
Lightning Bug on Finding Confidence and Positivity for Their New LP
Audrey Kang and Kevin Copeland of the New York-based indie band share stories behind their atmospheric third album.
Liz Phair Gets Back in the Game
The indie rock icon Liz Phair returns to making albums after a long hiatus.
Japanese Breakfast on Exploring Joy Through Her New Album 'Jubilee'
The new album's arrival comes as Zauner's recently published memoir, 'Crying in H Mart,' has generated universal attention and praise.
Michelle Zauner Talks About Crying in H Mart
Musician Michelle Zauner, who performs as Japanese Breakfast, recalls the harrowing death of her Korean mother in the new memoir Crying in H Mart.
Rhye Puts Down Roots
Rhye Singer Michael Milosh talks about making an alternative R&B album during a pandemic.
The National's Matt Berninger on Making His First Solo Album
After 20 years as the singer for the acclaimed indie rock band, Berninger is finally stepping out on his own with 'Serpentine Prison.'
The Postal Service, Anne Hathaway and More Team Up for Awkward PSA to Vote
After fans were hoping for the announcement of a new Postal Service album, this 20-minute PSA is not exactly being welcomed.
The Postal Service Could Be Coming Back to Save the USPS
The Postal Service (the band) is teasing something coming October 7, but the group actually has a long history with the federal office from which they take their name.
Angel Olsen Goes Solo on 'Whole New Mess'
For her latest album, the acclaimed singer-songwriter revisits recordings she made in 2018 with just her voice and guitar.
Who Is Aaron Dessner? The National Guitarist Turned Taylor Swift Co-Writer
Dessner co-wrote 11 of "Folklore's" 16 songs with Taylor Swift. The multi-instrumentalist has had a long career leading up to his time working with Swift, writing remotely.
The 1975, Jeff Rosenstock and More Release New Music:What You Should Stream
The 1975's long-awaited "Notes on a Conditional Form" drops today, as we're still reeling from surprise releases from Jeff Rosenstock and Carly Rae Jepsen.
Hayley Williams, Kehlani and More: What You Should Stream Today
Paramore's frontwoman Hayley Williams released her debut album today, and there's more fresh material from Kehlani, producer Butch Walker and Choir Boy.
Lucinda Williams and More Release New Music: What You Should Stream
Lucinda Williams, Raconteur Brendan Benson, Asher Roth, the Used, and Hazel English have all released new albums to keep you entertained in quarantine.
The Strokes, Sparta and More Release New Music: What You Should Stream
There's a ton of new music that can keep you entertained while you're stuck in self-isolation.
Alt-Rock Legend Stephen Malkmus on His New Album and the Return of Pavement
Singer and guitarist Stephen Malkmus is making another stylistic and radical musical departure with Traditional Techniques, a '60s-styled folk album due out on March 6 and a reunion with Pavement is coming, too.
Soccer Mommy, Caribou and More Release New Music: What You Should Stream
Indie-rockers Soccer Mommy and Real Estate have new releases out this week alongside rapper Lil Baby, electronic artist Caribou and more.
Radiohead Releases Trio of Rare Songs to Online Archive
The iconic indie rock pioneers released a trio of previously hard-to-find songs to their website on Friday.
Bernie Sanders Rally Ends With the Strokes Performing 'New York City Cops'
During a performance at a Bernie Sanders campaign rally, the Strokes performed fan favorite "New York City Cops," as police tried to stop fans from invading the stage.
David Berman, Leader of Indie Rock Band Silver Jews Dies at 52
In addition to his critically acclaimed music projects like Silver Jews and Purple Mountains, Berman was a well-regarded poet.
Adrianne Lenker Steps Into the Abyss
"I get scared of songs disappearing. It's good to record them because I don't have to carry them around anymore," Lenker says.
Speedy Ortiz's Sadie Dupuis Makes Politics Personal
The 2016 election resulted in 'Twerp Verse': "Every time I type 'Trump' into my phone, it autocorrects to 'that creepy bigot.'"
Yo La Tengo's Quiet Riot
The beloved Hoboken trio never planned for 34 years of indie-rock excellence. If you ask Ira Kaplan, they don't plan for anything.
Lucy Dacus Explains Every Song on Her Great New Album
The Richmond, Virginia, indie rocker is only 22, but 'Historian' is suffused with an awareness of mortality's grip.
Do Anne Frank Scholars Care About Neutral Milk Hotel?
We asked the world's foremost Anne Frank experts to weigh in on 'In the Aeroplane Over the Sea.' Their thoughts are... complicated.