Dinosaur Jr.’s second act is a feel-good gift that keeps on giving. These unwavering indie-rock lifers seem to have access to a bottomless well of arena-ready solos and riffs, brain-sticking […]
The first time I saw Gabriel Garzón-Montano in concert was at South by Southwest in 2017. His appearance had generated a lot of buzz; a song from his 2014 EP, […]
On her new fifth album, Whole New Mess, Angel Olsen presents skeletal renditions of songs from her 2019 LP All Mirrors, filtering their themes of love, broken promises, and recovery […]
Angel Olsen has a voice that can command an entire theater and the songwriting chops to match—even playing solo with just an acoustic guitar, she can transfix a sold-out house. […]
Quantum Englewood honors the neighborhood’s history with a cast of hundreds, Devin Shaffer outdoes her own dreamy folk on Yarrow’s latest, and more.
With her video for “Holy,” soul singer Jamila Woods demonstrates how to show love for your community as well as for yourself.
Ten Reader writers review 16 records, including Angel Olsen’s otherworldly folk, and more.
The onetime Chicagoan drops a new tune from her forthcoming Jagjaguwar debut, Burn Your Fire for No Witness.
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She has been inching onto people’s radar screens, and now she seems primed to follow a trajectory similar to Olsen’s.