Did 2020 set the bar low enough that it’s safe to hope this year will be better?
A new two-disc compilation from Angry Peasants hopes to help “save CIVL-zation.”
Neptunian Maximalism’s recent triple album, Éons, imagines a future Earth dominated by hyperintelligent elephants.
“Fall Apart” will appear on Daniel Knox’s next album, Won’t You Take Me With You, which is due in January.
Chicago singer-songwriter Ian Iversen does his part to redeem Christmas music with the cheeky retro new wave of “Santa.”
Delia Derbyshire is most famous for her 1963 arrangement of the Doctor Who theme, but she composed her own pieces for more than 200 radio and TV shows.
Philadelphia has been in the news a lot lately, and some of the reasons are way better than Four Seasons Total Landscaping.
Mardi Gras Indian troupe 79rs gang play music for staying loud in the streets.
Chicago bedroom-pop songwriter Serena Isioma can give your brain a 15-minute vacation with the Sensitive EP.
Everything else may suck in 2020, but the Damned are as much fun as ever on their new EP.
Tift Merritt’s “Trouble Over Me” isn’t exactly about love, but its emotional ambiguity is what makes it so relatable.
Secret Drum Band’s latest record makes a wordless case for environmentalism and antifascism.
Is there a better place to find a pseudonymous hardcore song than a low-budget 80s zombie movie?
The Gillette and 20 Fingers hit “Short Dick Man” taps into a universal truth: pissing off jerks by insulting their penises is fun.
Flying Nun Records has revived Straitjacket Fits’ catalog, giving the band a second chance at the huge audience they deserved.